Another pair of stray dogs disrupted formula one testing as the two-week Bahrain session wound up on Thursda
Another pair of stray dogs disrupted formula one testing as the two-week Bahrain session wound up on Thursday.
A similar incident affected Tuesday's running at Sakhir, after two dogs found their way from the surrounding desert to the track verge.
The local newspaper Gulf Daily News said the animals entered a run-off area on Thursday, compelling marshals to wave yellow flags for the circulating Ferrari, BMW and Toyota cars.
The marshals then chased the dogs out of the venue.
"They came very near the track and it was a dangerous position," confirmed Bahrain Motor Federation operations officer and course clerk Jassim Ebrahim.
He suggested the dogs are entering the circuit from under a fence.