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23/04/2012

A round up of stories you may haved over the Bahrain Grand prix weekend

  • Organisers of the Monaco Grand Prix have been kept busy resurfacing and redesigning ahead of the season's premier event. more
  • Speaking at an impromptu press conference in the Sakhir paddock, the Crown Prince of Bahrain insists that the Grand Prix will go ahead and will help unite his country. more
  • Protests ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix continue to gather momentum as activists move from the real world and in to cyber space. more
  • It is claimed that a body with gunshot wounds has been found following overnight clashes between protestors and the police near the Bahrain capital Manama. more
  • Paul di Resta reaches the final phase of qualifying unseen by TV cameras… one might almost think deliberately. more
  • Bahrain's Ministry of Interior has issued a brief statement following the suspicious death of an alleged protestor on Friday night. more
  • While some fear that the decision to go ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix will do irreparable damage to the sport, FIA President Jean Todt insists otherwise. more
  • Bernie Ecclestone has dismissed claims that his TV people deliberately ignored Force India during today's sessions. more
  • At the end of 2009 Pitpass' business editor Christian Sylt wrote a story which made an alarming prediction about ticket prices for the British Grand Prix. He was right. more
  • Business editor Chris Sylt reveals that under the new commercial terms McLaren gets a seat on the board of F1 itself where it will sit alongside representatives from Red Bull and Ferrari. more
  • France is set to return to the Formula One calendar next season, Bernie Ecclestone confirming that Le Castellet will host a race every other year. more
  • The situation in Bahrain puts things into perspective for other race promoters who have been having problems with their events, Australia being a good example. more
  • While some say the stock market flotation of Formula One is a done deal, business editor Chris Sylt says that this is not the case. more
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