Last week, Crash.net asked you to vote on if you think the 2012 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix should go ahead in the wake of unrest in the Gulf State - and the results were pretty conclusive, with most of you saying it should be cancelled.

Indeed as of 5pm UK time today [Monday, April 9], when asked: 'Should the Bahrain GP go ahead in 2012?', the majority - 82.44 percent of you - voted for 'no, F1 should cancel the race now', leaving just 17.56 percent in favour, saying 'yes, the race should go ahead as planned'.

If you want to vote in this poll - CLICK HERE, although you will have to be quick, as voting closes at midnight (UK time).