F1 » Logistics could end calendar reshuffle plan


Plans to move the Indian Grand Prix and reinstate Bahrain could be ended by teams' concerns over extending the season and having to move equipment from Brazil in a short space of time.

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elijah - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 3:59 PM

Adding Bahrain to the 2011 race calender seams totally unnessary .

Why ?

Because only a bizarre turn of events will stop Vettel from retaining his drivers championship crown well before the end of this season .

Nigel Hywel-Jones - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 4:37 PM

Until Bahrain joins the civilised world Formula 1 should stay well away. There are so many other places in the World that do not have a (pre-)medieval mindset that would welcome the race. The FIA must rise above the money issue and consider ethics and morals.

Aaron - Unregistered

May 31, 2011 12:16 PM

If the construction of the Indian GP is in doubt, why not make its debut next season and give Bahrain their slot.
Or just drop both races and get F1 back to some awesome tracks like Imola or Magny Cours.

Steve - Unregistered

June 01, 2011 7:40 PM

If the race is moved to the 2nd week of december (the 11th), I'm all for that considering it might be the one and only time I'll ever see top-level racing on my birthday lol.

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