F1 to return to Bahrain amid more protests

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Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2013 12:00 am

SHANGHAI (AP) - Formula One is bracing for its return to Bahrain next week amid fresh protests about the staging of a grand prix in a country still riven by sectarian and political divisions.

The protests might not be as intense as they were the past two years - prompting the cancellation of the 2011 race and vast security measures to allow the 2012 grand prix to proceed - but thousands still demonstrated Friday against the race, to be held April 21.

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