Poor Brogan!More or less what everyone expected I think.
They have far bigger issues to worry about over there than some pointless (in the bigger scheme of things) motor race.
I expect there will now be a lot of discussion trying to squeeze it back in to the calender later in the year.
The penalties for Bahrain will be severe otherwise I would have thought.
Looks like I'll be updating all the data and content again now then....sigh...
That'll be fun for the drivers then...The seasonal rise in temperature peaks in August with a mean daily maximum of 38.0 Degrees Centigrade.
1955 Argentine Grand Prix, 1984 Dallas Grand Prix, and 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix were all 40°C (104°F)Bernie's told the BBC it could be run in August, during the F1 summer holiday.
That'll be fun for the drivers then...