Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone admitted on Wednesday that he was not certain the Bahrain Grand Prix would go ahead amid growing unrest in the country and added teams would have the final say over whether to participate in the event.
Controversy has raged over the Bahrain Grand Prix ever since an uprising against the government in February last year was bloodily suppressed.
Last season’s event was postponed before eventually being removed from the schedule altogether and human rights activists have called on the 81 year old to think carefully about whether this year’s race should be held.
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