Hoping nothing serious will really happen during race weekend, and Bahrain country will be back to peaceful.
The information that reached from Bahrain since the beginning of the week slightly eased the tense atmosphere that prevailed around the race. Correspondent Kevin Eason and Ian Parkes, who first appeared at the location reported is true, the many manifestations, but they were mainly peaceful. There were isolated incidents, such as smoking billboards, but they do not constitute any threat to the people who came there in connection with the race.
Last night saw a very disturbing information. One of the rented car, which traveled staff team Force India was attacked. The move followed a bottle of gasoline. Fortunately, none of the crew members did not address the serious injuries. Despite this, one of the engineers who traveled transportation unlucky team asked for an instant to leave Bahrain.
Unfortunately, my concerns are beginning to be confirmed, although I secretly hoped it was the first and last time this kind of incident.
(In Polish, via google translate)