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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Fia
Maria de Villota, a pioneering Formula One test driver who lost an eye and nearly died in a crash last year, was found dead Friday in a hotel room in Seville, Spain. She was 33.
A new contract between motor sport's governing body, Formula One teams and F1's commercial rights holder about the terms of racing looks set to be soon implemented.
The head of Formula One says Pirelli will be allowed to run two three-day tests in a bid to resolve the tire blowouts that affected four drivers in the British Grand Prix on Sunday.
Formula One's governing body said the Bahrain Grand Prix will go ahead as planned despite ongoing political instability in the country and threats by some groups to disrupt the event.
Formula One's governing body rescheduled the canceled Bahrain Grand Prix for Oct. 30, saying the decision reflects a "spirit of conciliation" in the troubled Gulf kingdom.
The ruling body of motor sports is confident the anti-government protests in Bahrain will not prevent the running of next month's season-opening race in Formula One.