F1 » Mosley: Bahrain decision a 'mistake', to 'cost F1 dear'

Max Mosley: It is worth remembering that the trouble in Bahrain began with peaceful protests...

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Taz - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 8:57 AM

2nd time in a week I've agreed with Mosley.

My world no longer makes sense.

As long as Bernie gets his 40 million and Bahrain get their race to 'celebrate' I guess it doesn't matter what anyone thinks.

I won't be watching it though.


June 06, 2011 9:54 AM

It would take a pretty hard man to take a drive to the circuit each day in an armoured car knowing that the streets he's driving on are where dozens of bodies fell and thousands were wounded by the same organisation that brought them here.

Martin - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 9:56 AM

Crikey, I'm actually agreeing With Max.:)

This is huge mistake by F1, and i sincerely hope they will change their mind.

If they don't I will make it my own personal protest to boicott the race. Would be the first missed race in years, but for crying out loud..

I hope some of the drivers would put their foot down as well.


Paddockman - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 10:02 AM

Max is 100% right. And you can have a large bet this race won't happen. Moving the Indian race and reinstating the Bahrain event both need the unanimous agreement of the teams. This will not be given.

Moe - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 11:01 AM

i think Max is wrong,Sport should work toward one purpose (unite people) and for those outside Bahrain they should know there is a crack now between people (not the government only ) and this crack will only be fixed by us getting together working and celebrating this event, economy gets back to its feet(for all Bahrainis for those who doubt that) ,so Max is wrong the F1 organization either FIA or FOM are doing what they are suppose to be doing support to unite people over the sport

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