F1 will press ahead with the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix despite Friday's terrorist attack on a nearby oil depot - but has the sport made the correct decision?
The Yemeni Houthi rebel group claimed responsibility for the missile that struck the Aramco facility situated just 11 kilometres from the Jeddah Corniche Circuit.
F1 and the FIA held meetings with the teams and drivers either side of FP2 in order to decide on how best to proceed with the event.
After these gatherings, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali and FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem confirmed the race would not be cancelled, with the team principals said to be "unanimous" in this decision.
What followed was remarkable, as the drivers engaged in a four-and-a-half-hour meeting into the early hours of Saturday morning to discuss their own personal feelings about continuing.
The outcome remained the same, however, and the show will go on, but our question for you is a simple one - is F1 correct to continue to race in Jeddah?