F1 » Bahrain GP in chaos as staff arrested and sacked


Just a week away from D-Day for Bahrain's chances of securing a rescheduled slot on the F1 2011 calendar, it has emerged that almost a quarter of staff at the Sakhir circuit have been suspended or dismissed

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Bahraini citizen - Unregistered

May 27, 2011 8:38 PM

Hi,
Guys let's be fare enough and not believe all this kind of lies, I live in Bahrain and i know which kind of treatment they were treated, I know you will not accept me talking and support that race but if you want to keep listening to all this lies, I know for fact the the arrested team of Bahrain racing circuit were participating in some of the illegal protests which was blocking the roads and threaten the rest of Bahraini people.
For god sake guys please be fare enough and imagine what happened in Bahrain was in lion don or any other country, how will they will be treated.

Think with your minds

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