Romain Grosjean, Lotus, Bahrain International Circuit, 2012
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slmtaylor (@slmtaylor) said on 20th April 2012, 7:32
The situation in Bahrain is far from ideal, however sport and politics should not be mixed. All parties in Bahrain are trying to manipulate the situation for their own gains. Formula 1 has been sucked in. This is clearly more about money than anything else for Formla 1. Bernie and co have missed an opportunity to get rid of a very dull GP. I have been to the event twice in the past and I can honestly say it is the most sterile F1 event I have ever been to. I only went the second time to make sure it really was boring. Sadly I was correct.
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