F1 » F1’s stance on Bahrain issue still too cloudy for Hill


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Mark you state that Bahrain's government uses the F1 for political purposes. Please explain how? Don't just state without evidence. If anyone has been trying to use the race politically it's AlWefaq and their coalition who want nothing more then the race to be stopped to negatively economically impact the country further. Every year Bahrain holds many sporting events ie Golf but I have yet to see the government use anyone of them for political purposes and I have also seen silence on the part of Wefaq. Why? Because those events won't hold any negative impact economically like the F1. Try to understand the methods being used by "pro democracy" protesters who want nothing more than to turn Bahrain back into a desert.



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