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    Should the "F-1 BAHRAIN Grand Prix" go ahead?
    #1
    As the title suggests....
    Should the "F-1 BAHRAIN Grand Prix", given Bahrains record on human rights go ahead??

    LOOK HERE.

    Personally i think it should. But the drivers/owners should complete the race at 10mph.
    The race would have went ahead. But a statement would have been made!! Big Grin
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    #2
    Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says the protests in Bahrain have nothing to do with F1.

    He suggests it may be "a little bit silly" to put the race on and give the protestors "such an incredible platform" to talk to the world's media.

    Ecclestone adds that he would he happy to accompany any nervous teams in their vehicles on the way back to their hotels, without any extra security, this evening.

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    #3
    Web hackers attack Formula 1 website over Bahrain GP as 40,000 protesters take to the streets

    The group Anonymous, wanted by Interpol, came good on the first part of their threat to turn Formula1.com into a “smoking crater in cyberspace”

    Link
    WWW.MIRROR.CO.UK
    Web hackers attack Formula 1 website...
    The group Anonymous, wanted by Interpol, came good on the first part...
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    #4
    (04-21-2012, 01:16 AM)snilloc Wrote:  Web hackers attack Formula 1 website over Bahrain GP as 40,000 protesters take to the streets

    The group Anonymous, wanted by Interpol, came good on the first part of their threat to turn Formula1.com into a “smoking crater in cyberspace”

    Link
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/formula-1/...ers-801342

    +100 for anonymous!! Good to see their are still some people out there willing to walk the walk.
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    #5
    Well the practice and qualifing went ahead,can't wait for the race tomorrow
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    #6
    What a bummer for Michael Schumacher.

    "I am obviously very disappointed to have qualified in 18th position on the grid for a race which looks to be quite competitive for us. Unfortunately on my fast lap, which was looking quite good, my DRS broke in the last sector. We tried to fix it in the garage but were not able to go out again. Trying for a lap without DRS on different tyres would not have made sense. We now have to try to see what we can do from here and push as much as possible."

    Sad
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