Despite the heated political situation, the 2012 Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix will go on as planned this weekend.The race is the fourth event on the 2012 F1 calendar and takes place at the 3.3-mile Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir. Hello Race So..who doesn't need more money in this economy?
WATCH NOW: BBC World News, BAHRAIN PROTESTS (2012). "The Formula 1 roadshow has left Bahrain, but pro-democracy protests are still going on in the tiny Gulf kingdom. Demonstrators attacked a police station with Molotov cocktails. And there are fresh calls from human rights organisations for the government to prove that the hunger striker Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja is still alive. Jonathan Josephs reports."