F1 » Tensions remain high ahead of Bahrain race

Demonstrations on the Demonstrations on the ground, threats from online hackers, protesters in team hotels, savage criticism from politicians and journalists: it's not your average Grand Prix.

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Zz - Unregistered

April 21, 2012 11:38 AM

Red Bull's pit garage speakers were blasting out.....the Kaiser Chief's "I Predict a Riot."

Talk about hubris and insensitivity. If people are killed during this weekend, are they all going to be having a laugh about it in the Red Bull garage?


April 21, 2012 11:44 AM

Oh how times change on Crash, last year myself and other dissenters had our posts removed by some mods on here as this was "not a forum to discuss politics" despite allowing those in favour of the races to keep their posts visible to all.
Now we have copy from highly respected journalists being reported on.
Latest news (BBC) is that someone has been shot dead in protests last night.
Let's how long this post stays...maybe times have changed for the better on here at least...time will tell


April 21, 2012 12:17 PM

Actually, i think Anonymous are threatening the attack, Si's highlighting one of the many things they could be about to do. I think the DDOS is the easiest thing to do as has been seen when they have previously promised to carry out disruption on the net.
Least they aint shooting anyone.....

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