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POLL: Has FIA made right decision in rescheduling Bahrain?

Vote in our latest F1 poll and have your say now on if you think the FIA made the right decision in rescheduling the Bahrain Grand Prix...

The Bahrain Grand Prix will return to the F1 2011 calendar, it has been confirmed following today's meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC), with the postponed race being parachuted back into the schedule in the slot originally slated for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix.

The decision was unanimously made by the WSMC, although it is not without controversy [see separate story - click here].

So what do you think of the decision?

To vote in our poll CLICK HERE

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