D. K.
April 2012
Australian Auto Action;4/4/2012, Issue 1485, p9
The article reports that the Bahrain Grand Prix will be held on April 22, 2012, according to the chief executive officer (CEO) of Formula One Administration, Bernie Ecclestone, and the organizers of the race, as there were speculations that it won't take place after the death of 3 protesters.


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