|Force India team leave before nightfall on Friday.|
Saturday, 21 April 2012
Rumblings in Bahrain.
So Force India chose not to run in FP2, and who can say they wouldn't make the same decision if they had been caught up in a petrol bomb incident? Formula 1 fans obviously want the race to go ahead, we had to wait an extra two weeks last year due to it being cancelled, and there is the feeling that the unrest in Bahrain shouldn't be stopping the sport from continuing as usual. However it does give the anti government groups a stage and audience for intensified protests. I suspect there is no right answer...