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@Abdulla - The USGP is not being organized by our government or Obama's family. See the difference? @reem - Last year there was a PR campaign in Bahrain called UniF1ied which used F1 imagery to imply that Bahrain is unified and that there are no political problems. So far this is the only country that I know of in which a F1 team has had to skip practice because of safety concerns or that had to cancel a GP due to safety concerns. Enough said.



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