F1 » F1 Bahrain 2013: Ecclestone open to talks


Bernie Ecclestone insists that he is ready to meet with opposition groups in an effort to head off threats to this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.

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marty - Unregistered

April 16, 2013 11:40 AM

Bernie you are just a user.
You don't create wealth you just try and extract from the the countries which use to host the event.
Try and an give something back for a change., as your time is running out...

elijah

April 16, 2013 11:50 AM

My sympathies go out to the city of Boston, and innocent spectators and runners, who's day was brought tragically to an end with such mindless carnage. I hope all the professionals involved in bringing peace to the suffering, can all keep strong,because we are with them.

Everyone has a right to protest but this right does not extend to causing the death or harm to another. If Bernie can do anything at all to help the Bahrain weekend pass off without incident then he should do it. However it's difficult to stop one deranged idiot ruining the lives of many.

Cubikrube

April 16, 2013 12:53 PM

Has Bernie taken over the roll of UN peace envoy to the Middle East? Not sure what, if any effect he is going to have on the situation....i mean, seriously what is he able to do other than talk? If it's any help i can talk to them too....no i wont be any help either but hey-ho

Simon - Unregistered

April 17, 2013 10:54 PM

I think that it's time for Bernie to be placed in the museum of natural history as a living fossil. Move on old timer you are turning F1 into a joke

Bernie get your useless little self on here to answer some questions.

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