The Bahrain Grand Prix is back under scrutiny with David Ward ready to set up an investigation into the race if he wins the FIA presidential election race.
The race in the Middle Eastern country has been a sore point for the F1 fraternity in recent years as it was cancelled in 2011 due to the civil unrest, but it was back on the calendar last year despite protests from human rights bodies.
Ward believes there was "poor decision-making" on the part of incumbent FIA president Jean Todt that led to the race being reinstated in 2012.
"The important thing is to be neutral. What is merited is an investigatory visit," he is quoted as saying by BBC Sport. "Look at things...
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