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Re: Missile attack in Saudi
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2022, 06:38:26 PM »
I recall F1 also raced in the US when racial segregation practices, & onerous laws, existed in various States.
Racing is life - everything else is just waiting. (Steve McQueen)

Offline Monty

Re: Missile attack in Saudi
« Reply #16 on: March 29, 2022, 05:14:34 PM »
Within reason I think sport should transcend politics.
Most countries have a patchy history when it comes to human rights. Given time and the right type of focus Countries make good progress. I have worked in China for well over 30years and I have seen fantastic improvements; I have visited Saudi Arabia over the last 15years and the progress has been breathtaking.
Where there is a willingness to improve, progress is possible. This is why places like Iran; Russia; Afghanistan stand out - there is no willingness to improve!!!

Offline cosworth151

Re: Missile attack in Saudi
« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2022, 06:21:18 PM »
I recall F1 also raced in the US when racial segregation practices, & onerous laws, existed in various States.

And the tradition continues. Two of the currently most repressive states on the U.S. are Texas (COTA) and Florida (Miami).
“You can search the world over for the finer things, but you won't find a match for the American road and the creatures that live on it.”
― Bob Dylan

 


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