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    Motorsports: Race Recap: 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix is racing like you dream about

    Well. What a race. The first line of last year's Bahrain Grand Prix recap was, "The sand, the wind, the penalties, the contact and the one crash – all of them collided to make the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix a surprise affair from day to day and lap to lap." This year the sand stayed ...

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    Motorsports: Race Recap: 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix follows the template of this year and last [spoilers]

    The sand, the wind, the penalties, the contact and the one crash – all of them collided to make the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix a surprise affair from day to day and lap to lap. Oh, and did we mention the tires? Pirelli made a last-minute swap after the amusement park ride that the ...

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    Report: Protests embroil F1 in Bahrain yet again [w/video]

    Law enforcement in Bahrain is once again cracking down on pro-democracy protesters ahead of the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix. The Formula One race focuses the world's attention on the Middle Eastern kingdom each year, and protesters take the occasion to demonstrate against the ruling family. This ...

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    Motorsports: 2012 Bahrain Grand Prix races on despite the protests [spoilers]

    At what point does a political issue become a moral one? And at what point, if any, should motor racing enter that debate? These are the questions that Formula 1 and all those involved have wrestled with since the Bahrain Grand Prix was put back on the calendar for this year. Some argued that ...

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    Breaking: Anonymous hacks official F1 website ahead of Bahrain GP

    The group of hackers known as Anonymous issued a press release last night announcing their intent to hack and take down the official website for Formula One at for the duration of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Their reason? To protest the increasingly violent crackdown on the people of ...

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    Report: Demonstrations in Bahrain take fatal turn, spur F1 protests *UPDATE

    Protesters in Bahrain continue to push for democratic reforms in the country, and police have stepped up a brutal crackdown ahead of the upcoming Formula One Bahrain Grand Prix. Last year, unrest forced F1 to cancel the race, but Bernie Ecclestone, president and CEO of the series, has said that ...

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    Report: Ecclestone admits Bahrain Grand Prix cancelled after all

    Consider it official: There will be no Formula One race in Bahrain for the 2011 season. This news comes despite a meeting where the FIA's World Motor Sport Council voted to bring Bahrain back into the F1 calendar on October 30. What changed? Turns out that the FIA had sent a commissioner to ...

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    Official: Bahrain Grand Prix back on the F1 calendar despite civil unrest

    The start to this year's Formula 1 championship was delayed when civil unrest in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain forced the cancellation of the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Since then, a question mark has loomed over whether the round would be reinstated later in the season, and now we have our ...

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    Will protests in the Middle East cause the cancelation of additional races?

    Go back a few years and the prospect of political unrest in a host country was seldom a factor in determining where to hold a motor race. But that age of innocence appears to be behind us. We got our first taste of things to come when the world-famous Dakar rally was forced to cancel in 2008 and ...

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    Demonstrations in Bahrain cause Grand Prix cancellation

    Politics and racing don't go together. Whether it's former FIA president Max Mosley's fascist sympathies or the dispute over Cyprus being played out on the podium of the Turkish Grand Prix, there's just no place for it in motorsports. But with political unrest spreading across the Arab world, it ...

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    Video: A lap with Fernando Alonso's F1 Ferrari - as soundtracked by slide guitar

    "Playing" a Fernando Alonso lap of Bahrain in a Ferrari F10 – Click above to watch video after the jump
    One of the questions creative types hate most is "Where do get your ideas?" So we won't ask where this guy got the idea to "play" a lap of Bahrain, we'll just chuckle and shake our heads ...

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    2010 Formula One season kicks off with Bahrain Grand Prix [SPOILER ALERT]

    Formula One Bahrain 2010 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    And they're off, ladies and gentleman, at the first race of what is undoubtedly one of the most hotly anticipated seasons in Formula One racing history. And it's already living up to its promise. In the off-season since the ...

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    Video: The Red Bull RB6 is ready to race

    The Red Bull F1 team prepares for the Bahrain GP – Click above to watch video after the jump
    The Formula One season begins this weekend at what is expected to be a scorchingly hot circuit in Bahrain. As we've been discussing for months, this has the potential to be one of the best seasons ...

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    SPOILER ALERT: Spraying the Bubbly at the 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix

    2009 Bahrain Grand Prix - Click above for a high-res image gallery
    If you hadn't watched a single grand prix yet this season, hadn't read any F1-related news or even glanced at a headline, and hadn't spoken to a single racing fan for the past couple of months, you'd likely be shocked to find out ...

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    The tables turn at the Bahrain Grand Prix (SPOILER ALERT)

    If you're a diehard fan, you might have gotten up at 7:30 am (Eastern Standard Time) to catch the Bahrain Grand Prix live. But if you're planning on catching the taped rerun or have the race TiVo'd, go no further. For everyone else, though, read on to find out how the tables turned for the leading ...

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    Ecclestone to Mosley: don't come to Bahrain

    Despite Bernie Ecclestone's initial support of his colleague Max Mosley, Ecclestone is now publicly urging the embattled FIA president to cancel his planned trip to Bahrain to oversee the grand prix there this coming weekend. The humiliation which Mosley apparently pursued in a disturbing sexual ...

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    Spoiler Alert: F1 2007 Bahrain Grand Prix

    The grid in Bahrain looked similar to last week in Malaysia. Two Ferraris and two McLarens, side-by-side, but which McLaren was up front was a surprise. Felipe Massa took his fifth career pole position, with McLaren's young superstar-in-the-making, Lewis Hamilton, swapping with teammate Fernando ...


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