GP2 is working to find at least one meeting to replace the dropped Bahrain rounds of its Asia series, this week's AUTOSPORT magazine reveals.
Teams were already in Bahrain last week when the Gulf state was plunged into turmoil as protests against the ruling monarchy turned violent.
Both last weekend's planned races and the intended finale during the now-cancelled Bahrain Grand Prix meeting were called off, potentially leaving the opening races in Abu Dhabi earlier this month as the only rounds of the championship.
Series bosses have yet to indicate where a replacement event could take place.
Qatar's Losail circuit is one possibility, having previously hosted an Asia Series round in early 2009, but circuit management could not be contacted for comment.
A stand-alone meeting in Europe is also thought to be under consideration.
To read more about the full ramifications for teams of the Bahrain cancellations and the logistical problems now facing GP2, read this week's AUTOSPORT magazine, also available in digital form.
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