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Martin Brundle backs the decision to run the Bahrain Grand Prix

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DreadUK - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 12:57 PM

"My view is this: F1 can't run away from this."

The fact is Martin, F1 shouldn't have been there in the first place. The regime and its oppressive conduct didn't start yesterday, it has been going on for generations.

Murdoch and Ecclestone ought to be thrown to the demonstrators to explain just how, precisly,their obscene greed and manipulation serves the populace of Bahrain!

Maroc - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 2:19 PM

What a boring predictable thing to say, Thats a, I'm all right Jack statment, Well done Brundle, You are showing the same arrogance as the FIA for going there amidst the unrest, Money Breeds Arrogance.

Seán - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 2:55 PM
Last Edited 1261 days ago

Yea, great one Brundle
I really hope that nothing does happen this weekend, especially to the people of Bahrain or the innocent peoople who work or are cojnnected with any of the teams.

Just for the record, I have Sky, and I will always watch on the BBC whenever I can, I'm so glad this bullshitter is gone, long live JH (who he bad mouthed) EJ & DC... Talk about a turn off MB?... I'd turn your lights off you jealous twisted spiteful arrogant selfish excuse for an F1 driver!...

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April 20, 2012 8:36 PM

Martin. I'm with you.
But watch out you'll become as popular as Lewis Hamilton.
The only politics for Formula 1 should be F1 politics.
The people in Bahrain should take the weekend off and enjoy the spectacle.

If riots start in London in around ninety days, should we all call for the Olympic Games to be boycotted too?

SHAKEN - Unregistered

April 21, 2012 1:49 AM

Of course Brundle backs the decision. He is well paid by the Sky Sports (and whatever else employer he has in F1) to say this. Otherwise he would be made the scapegoat and fool.

Equator - Unregistered

April 21, 2012 5:26 AM

Who is he that his opinion is relevant? He is a sports caster, has been less than great driver and now has a good pay check coming as the result of his ability to be a good mouth piece for Sky...I really fail to see why his opinion is published in any media of importance or stature. Let him comment on the race and the machinery, drivers etc., his po9litical opinions are not worth the ink to print them..

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