F1 » Ecclestone: Bahrain can have F1 'forever'


Bernie Ecclestone sees no reason to drop Bahrain from future F1 schedules, despite the controversy this year's event provoked.

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Barky - Unregistered

April 23, 2012 8:22 AM

Next up the North Korean GP, followed by the Iranian GP, followed by the Syrian GP.

It's quite right that F1 shouldn't be political, it should be moral though.

Maroc - Unregistered

April 23, 2012 8:56 AM
Last Edited 875 days ago

Money Talks, They can even afford to run a Grand Prix without Fans, Did anyone notice the empty grandstands, of course the TV Cameras were very cleverly placed in order not to show the grandstand, with a lots of aerial shots from the helicopter and mostly onboard camera shots, There was more people in pit lane than there was in the gradstand opposite the start and finish line, just amazing, and Bernie is already talking about going back next year,

Porksword - Unregistered

April 23, 2012 9:04 AM

How can such a greedy, despicable man continue to be allowed to have so much authority, over an otherwise great sport? Surely the teams must realise he is giving the sport a bad name. Get him out.

Taz

April 23, 2012 9:54 AM
Last Edited 875 days ago

I didn't watch it on a point of principal.......although I relented and watched the highlights after hearing kimi finished 2nd, great drive by him btw.

Bernie is just an embarrassment to the sport now.

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