F1 » Bahrain back on F1 calendar; takes Indian GP slot


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Disgraceful! The circuit's an abomination anyway, without even getting into the politics. It was the dullest race of the decade when they trundled round it last year. Someone with influence over the direction of F1 needs to get a reality check on what's truly important to the sport. Build another Spa in the desert and you've got something worth arguing about - until then, any country with a Tilkedrome has to justify its position on the calendar, at least by presenting a safe and secure environment for teams aand spectators. Bahrain's demise as a round of the F1WC wouldn't matter a jot to any true fan, and the place would be forgotten completely within a year.



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