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    Best news I've heard this year:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2012...=FBCNETTXT9038

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    Yes it's official. The race will continue..

    FIA announces Bahrain race will go ahead 13 Apr 2012
    The FIA has announced that the 2012 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix will take place next weekend as scheduled. Formula One racing’s governing body issued the following press release on Friday:

    “The FIA is the governing body of motor sport and therefore of Formula One. As such, it sets the season’s calendars following the proposal of the Commercial Rights Holder (CRH) in accordance with the local national authorities in all matters relating to safety.

    “Within that context, the FIA ensures that any event forming part of an FIA World Championship is organised in compliance with the FIA Statutes and the relevant Sporting and Technical Regulations and that the safety of the public, officials, drivers and teams is secured at all times during an event.

    “The FIA must make rational decisions based on the information provided to us by the Bahraini authorities and by the Commercial Rights Holder. In addition we have endeavoured to assess the ongoing situation in Bahrain.

    “President Jean Todt led a fact-finding mission to the Kingdom in November 2011, meeting a large number of decision-makers and opinion formers, including elected Shia members of parliament, the president of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry, ambassadors from the European Union countries, the Crown Prince, the Interior Minister and many members of the business community.

    “All expressed their wish for the Grand Prix to go ahead in 2012, and since then, the FIA has kept in close touch with all these stakeholders. Away from the public eye, the FIA has received regular security briefings from the most senior diplomatic officials based in the Kingdom as well as from other independent experts.

    “The 2012 calendar, as presented by the CRH, was ratified by the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) in September 2011. Since then no request from the F1 Commission or the CRH has been made to the WMSC to either postpone or cancel the Bahrain Grand Prix.

    “Based on the current information the FIA has at this stage, it is satisfied that all the proper security measures are in place for the running of a Formula One World Championship event in Bahrain.

    “Therefore, the FIA confirms that the 2012 Gulf Air F1 Grand Prix of Bahrain will go ahead as scheduled.”




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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Why is the media blowing this up though?
    I think it goes beyond safety. Some view it as a political issue and don't believe a race should be held there period. Whether they can control protests are not.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 0-60Motorsports Click here to enlarge
    Best news I've heard this year:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2012...=FBCNETTXT9038

    Start/finish tower here I come Click here to enlarge
    I'm happy for you and all of Bahrain Click here to enlarge

    Get us lot's of pics!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I'm happy for you and all of Bahrain Click here to enlarge

    Get us lot's of pics!!
    Sure will bro. Well I'll try me best. I'll be Start/Finish Tower with the best Start Finish tower guy in Bahrain so it will be a NO NO to take pics while cars are on track.

    aaannnddddd the circus is coming to town Click here to enlarge
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