commented on the post, Predictions Championship round cancelled for Bahrain 10 years ago
Maybe halve the points for China then – it’s not so bad there after all but still – human right problems exist there. Or maybe 40%, or 65% – your site, your call.
commented on the post, Rosberg fastest on Friday as Force India abandon second session 10 years ago
Article title makes an impression that Rosberg wouldn’t be fastest if Force India were racing in FP2. A weekend of crazy titles i guess.
commented on the post, Two Force India staff leave Bahrain after petrol bomb explosion 10 years ago
According to what i understand from comments here – as long as oppressive Chinese government isn’t gettint the money from race or directly promoting race as unifying experience, F1 is morally crystal clear to […]
Well in such case it would be good to be more detailed in opinion – of course it sounds nice to fight for human rights, but right now, as i understand, it is a combination of who rules the country (with human […]
So in China the money is spent on unicorns?
Besides why involve the money earner if the fuss is about “human rights” – if some other Bahraini guys (not the ruling family, but, lets say, Organization of Retired […]
Strange comparison between Bahrain and China – in China the moral questions of human rights can be ignored as “noone cares about the race” as opposed to Bahrain.
So if someone steals a car from a person who […]
Point 4 on the list defines author as hypocrit.
Saying “China is bad, but Bahrain is worse” is the same as to say to the cops, that they can leave the thiefs and burglars unntouched until all the murderers are […]
As far as i understand the situation according to general meaning and mood here on this site – Bahraini leaders are “evil” and opposition are the “sufferers” as Bahraini regime cracks down on they calls for change […]
I think that every F1 race is used as a “stage” to present something – for older races it is racing heritage of “old, good times”, for new ones – economic ability of going “hey, we are so cool that we even have a […]
I think that FIA as a responsible entity for the races shouldn’t now change mind and becme involved in this political mess. If all the teams and (mostly) public are so symphatethic with human rights – why does […]