So, is it more off track than on track right now?
Will it go ahead or won’t it?
Today the Crown Prince of Bahrain and Bernie Ecclestone stood today, side by side on Sky News and said ‘it is going ahead’. What amazed me was ‘Bernie’s Ecclestone’s comment’…well, two comments… the first re; UK Labour and Conservatives… comparing them to the current situation in Bahrain. LOL and the second being ‘it is quite silly to go ahead as it has given the protestors a platform’. Is Bernie Ecclestone all there or a few sandwiches short of a picnic in his old age?
Oh and just to add to this………………………………….The Crown Prince in Bahrain is very handsome, in my opinion. That is actually the first I have seen him, and my oh my, how fluent is his english, obviously a well-educated man.
So, should it go ahead? Is it all just media hype? Is Bahrain alot ‘calmer’ than we think? A friend was there a few weeks back and said, ‘all was fine’..
- Bahrain Grand Prix 2012: city burns as Bernie Ecclestone makes light of … – Telegraph.co.uk (telegraph.co.uk)
- Police, protesters face off as Bahrain Grand Prix begins (reuters.com)
- Bahrain protests ahead of Formula One race (itv.com)