F1 » Force India personnel in firebomb scare in Bahrain

The protestors were not targeting the cars, they just happened to be there, says BIC chairman

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HartleyF1 - Unregistered

April 19, 2012 11:28 AM

I posted this on another topic before....
I beat crash to breaking the news.....
Nothing new there then!. Haha.

I just heard that someone from force india has left bahrain due to being caught up in a fire bomb attack.......They are ok but have decided to leave the country.... As they dont feel safe.

As much as i love F1 this race really should not be going ahead.....

The way things are at the moment the FIA are asking for trouble big time!.


April 19, 2012 11:29 AM

if they really want to attack someone don't attack the teams that have no choice but to be there, attack Bernie he is the crook in all of this! but you can here what he is saying already about this. "the security did there job and everyone is fine there is no problem" no problem coz his pockets have been lined with the money

bloodrace - Unregistered

April 19, 2012 11:34 AM

"the sport and its associates run the risk of looking greedy and out of touch with the reality of the situation"
... and this my friends is why Bernie passed the buck onot the team owners to make the decision... so that he wouldn't look like the greedy money monger he is!
Great words .. I agree wholeheartedly. WRONG decision!

Blood race


April 19, 2012 11:37 AM

Hartley, much as I'm indebted to you for being Crash's news breaker, if you actually read the article in Autosport the Force India team member who's decided to come home was NOT one of those involved in the reported incident.

why? - Unregistered

April 19, 2012 11:37 AM

Can someone please enlighten me, why is this race still going ahead? No race is worth this level of risk to the drivers/teams/other personnel involved. Can it now before someone really does get hurt!

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