One example is driving: women are banned from driving in major cities and towns. So it seems an unlikely setting for a Grand Prix road race, especially one featuring women drivers. But that’s just what one human rights activist is proposing.
The answer is Saudi Arabia. The kingdom is being targeted by an online human rights activist group for its repressive policies. David Keyes, director of CyberDissidents.org explains what’s behind his online petition for a women’s Grand Prix motor race to be held in Saudi Arabia.