Ils sont trois pilotes de course professionnels israéliens. Aujourd’hui coureur à part entière, Alon Day est le premier à avoir ouvert la marche:
Israeli racing instructors aim to democratize the motorsports establishment
Last month, a Formula One “peace road show” through Jerusalem, the latest in a series of high-profile cultural and sporting events, drew enthusiastic crowds to the streets.
"Peace Road Show" to traverse Old City and downtown streets to feature race car built by Ben Gurion University students.
Funding approved despite opposition from city's ultra-Orthodox council members, who deemed the expenditure a waste of valuable funds.
Days before Formula One Grand Prix, NGO-led campaign mounts to force cancellation.
For now, compared to what has transpired in other Arab countries, there is reason to be hopeful for Bahrain.
Human rights groups’ pressure for boycott to highlight continuing unrest.
Economy resumes growth, Formula One is back, but banks flee, Shiites simmer as "Arab Spring" unrest threatens regime, business interests.
Opposition holds mass rally, the first since lifting of martial law, while Formula One once again cancels race.