Damon Hill has advice the FIA to think again holding the Bahrain GP, and he telling that the F1 race “could be creating more problems than it’s solving”.
Recently Protesters calling F1 to cancel 2012 Bahrain GP, now they are mainly targets the Formula 1 Racing while Protesters demonstrated in the streets of Abu Saiba and Tubli with police reportedly firing tear gas on the crowds.
F1 leading commentator Damon Hill suggests that Bahrain would not be the right move for Formula One.
“Things are different now,” Hill told The Telegraph. The protests have not abated and may even have become more determined and calculated. It is a worrying state of affairs. What we must put above all else is what will be the penalty in terms of human cost if the race goes ahead.”
“It would be a bad state of affairs, and bad for Formula One, to be seen to be enforcing martial law in order to hold the race. That is not what this sport should be about. Looking at it today you’d have to say that [the race] could be creating more problems than it’s solving.”
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