Protests targetting the Bahrain GP are not only taking places on the streets but also in cyberspace as the official F1 website has been hacked.
On Friday, just hours after Bernie Ecclestone insisted that he "can't" cancel the Bahrain race, the F1 supremo's official F1 website, formula1.com, can under attack from hackers.
A group called Anonymous launched 'Operation Bahrain' and took over the website, reportedly under the headline 'Formula None'.
And although the website was back up and running later in the evening, the hacking organisation has vowed to turn it into "a smoking crater in cyberspace."
Anonymous has taken a stand against what it calls the "incredible human rights abuses of the Bahrain regime."