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


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Abdulla - You are still missing the point that your race is a government event unlike the US race. I am sure that Bahrain is a great country if you are lucky enough to have been born on the ruling side. I just feel that it is wrong for a F1 race to be a state run event. This is why this race will always be a platform for politics. Every year the anti-government protesters take advantage of this situation. Assuming that the race goes forward hopefully for the people on all sides they will not have their safety compromised. Peace.



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