10 Jun '11, 12am

The Bahrain GP is off: AFTERNOON LATEST PARIS - The controversial Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix has...

PARIS - The controversial Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix has been cancelled for 2011, with local organisers announcing on Friday they would not pursue plans to stage the rescheduled event on Oct 30. Bahrain International Circuit chairman Zayed R Alzayani issued a statement saying ''it has been made clear that this fixture cannot progress and we fully respect that decision". The Bahrain GP was originally scheduled to open the F1 season in March but was canceled due to political unrest. Last week, F1's world governing body announced a new date for the Bahrain GP in October, sparking criticism from teams, fans and some administrators. ''Bahrain has absolutely no desire to see a race which would further extend the calendar season detract from the enjoyment of F1 for either drivers, teams or supporters,'' Alzayani said. ''We want our role in F1 to continue to be as positive and...

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