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POLL: Should F1 be back in Bahrain in 2013?

Did F1 just get lucky this time around, or is the situation in Bahrain not as bad as has been reported? Should the sport even contemplate a return next season?
After all the uncertainties, worries, fears, tension and doubts, the Bahrain Grand Prix went ahead after all - and without any incidents to disrupt the on-track action.

Did F1 just get lucky this time around? Should it put itself in the same situation again in twelve months time, if the unrest persists?

Bernie Ecclestone's made up his mind and said Bahrain has a place on the schedule for as long as it wants to be a part of the F1 travelling circus. But do Crash.net readers think he's right?

Simply CLICK HERE to be taken to the poll - and also feel free to leave your comments on the situation....



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Caroline - Unregistered

April 23, 2012 4:25 PM

@walrus909 You do realise that there wasn't going to be a Belgian GP because no one could be found to promote it, so Bernie is promoting it, and therefore keeping it on the calendar.

Sigh - Unregistered

April 23, 2012 6:55 PM

Crash has missed the point. It's not about the safety of these pampered westerners: this implies "feral protesters" are the problem--quite the opposite! The event is financed by a dictatorship that uses violence to suppress the legitimate desire for democracy. This blood money then lines the pockets of Bernie, the teams, drivers etc... so it's a moral problem not a logistical one.



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