FIA presidential candidate David Ward has revealed in an interview that he would commission a second investigation in Bahrain to judge whether or not the country is fit to host a grand prix.
The Briton confirmed back in August that he would be running against incumbent president Jean Todt in during the December elections, with the Frenchman set to come to the end of his first five year term at the head of world motorsport at the turn of the year. In recent weeks, Ward has attacked some of Todt's decisions as he looks to offer an alternative stance to the electorate.
In an interview with the BBC, Ward confirmed that he still had reservations over the race in Bahrain due to a series of...
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