Bernie Ecclestone, president and CEO of Formula One Management is to meet Formula One teams tomorrow during a special meeting to discuss the situation in Bahrain.
As violence is escalating in the Kingdom, the F1 Grand Prix scheduled for April 20 has been the centre of attention.
According to several sources the first signs suggest that the race will be cancelled.
Growing concern over Abdulhadi al-Khawaja's health condition increased pressure over the past few days on Bernie Ecclestone, who said on Tuesday that F1 teams will have the final say on whether the event goes ahead. BBC sports also reported yesterday that "a number of Formula 1 teams expect the Bahrain Grand Prix to be called off amid security concerns caused by civil unrest."
Activists in Bahrain have planned to protest tonight to demand the release of hunger striker and the cancellation of the race.