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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April 24, 2012 10:23 AM

jdpower. nobody died due to f1! as you say, they died as a result of religious protest and the desire to get media attention. and as far as i can ascertain, there was only ONE person, who was attacking police, found dead on a roof. i have not essn any report of any others. nobody likes a death, but if you are prepared to take part in a violent protest, you do take the chance of injury, which can be fatal.

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