F1 » Bahrain tightens F1 security


As the arrival of the first members of the F1 circus coincides with further protests in Bahrain, the government moves to raise security measures.

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Mark _

April 15, 2013 9:00 PM

@Abdulla - You seem to have a problem with international media in general and not just Crash. Personally I will tend to believe independent media sources over state run media sources. Hopefully this race is helping the situation for ALL people in Bahrain more than it is hurting them. Reading of crackdowns because of the upcoming race is troubling.

Ravendrew - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 10:04 AM

I Think this will be a cracking race ( Forget the politics for the moment ) It looks to be a four horse race between Kimi , Alonso, Seb ( The Chosen one not my opion ) and Lewis . And we can also have fun working out how Webber will be taken out of the way so no team orders will be needed . Roll up RollUp The circus is in town.

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