F1 » Call for 'Day of Rage' to accompany Bahrain GP


The Bahrain Grand Prix could be hit by widespread protests, despite claims of 'a stable situation' in the kingdom.

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beeflin

June 07, 2011 9:59 AM

I await further states of denial with interest, not to mention the odd trace of satirical amusement. The report that the opposition want the race to go ahead - millions of people watching TV being the perfect opportunity to demonstrate - is almost charming in its utter naivety. Aren't finance folk just the cutest little things?

MikeG - Unregistered

June 07, 2011 10:27 AM

They were talking about 100 000 travelling race fans for this event. I don't know what they are smoking. Nobody in there right mind would plan a trip to this GP with all of the uncertainty and safety concerns about. If it does happen the stands are going to be empty anyway.

andrew, - Unregistered

June 07, 2011 12:18 PM

Wait a minute. A couple days ago, some human rights group was saying that the protestors are peaceful, yet now they threaten a "day of rage"?!

I reckon these human rights groups are just making it up as they go along, depending on what the flavour of the month is.

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