Organisers Turkish GP regret dog incident

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The organisers of the Turkish Grand Prix have responded on the incident during the GP2 sprint race on Sunday morning. Two dogs ran on the track during the race and Bruno Senna was forced to retire after hitting one of them. The organisers now have said though it took all possible measures to manage the problem, but can not guarantee it won't ever happen again.

The organisers said to news agency 'Reuters': "We take very seriously the matter of track safety, we took all possible measures to manage the problem and we cooperated with the FIA race director throughout the grand prix.

"We regret the incident involving Bruno Senna's car and we are far from complacent about it but, with the best will in the world, it isn't possible to eradicate the problem altogether."