F1 » Bahrain hoping for strong attendance

BIC claims tickets sales for the Bahrain GP are picking up, despite the tourist trade claiming business is slow.

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Abdulla from Bahrain - Unregistered

April 05, 2013 8:53 AM

@Mr.Wizard, No they shoudnt and will not drop this race. F1 has been racing here since 2004 and is here to stay for years to come.
Because of Bahrain, which was the 1st country in the Gulf to host F1, Abu Dhabi followed and made a track like no other on the planet, a true master piece.
FYI, The Gulf is the richest region in the world and you think F1 should move away to poorer regions like south america? Thats a cracking joke! Lol
At least we have new tracks unlike the old facilities Europe has, does super old silverstone ring a bell?
Wanna talk about humun rights or politics? Wanna start with China or Korea or the US with Guantanam bay? Or the fact that DC is the capital of murder and crime in the World?!
Lets not get into Politics and stay on track.
F1 is in Bahrain and is here to stay.

My regards,
Abdulla from Bahrain

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