Pictures of Bernie Ecclestone are being burnt in Bahrain but the F1 boss insists it is safe to stage next week's grand prix in the troubled Gulf kingdom.
The decision to go ahead with the race comes despite continuing unrest following anti-government protests which resulted in the deaths of a number of demonstrators last year.
Despite pictures of violence and riots in Bahrain, Ecclestone has claimed there is nothing wrong and that the grand prix will go ahead on April 22.
This came as pictures emerged of his image being burnt in Bahrain.
They were posted on a Facebook paged called 'Pearl Family Circle – Martyrs’ Square' Read More