Yesterday, we posted about the dissatisfaction some had with the FIA’s decision to reinstate the Bahrain GP, moving the inaugural Indian GP to be the season finale in the process. The likes of Red Bull’s Mark Webber and ex-FIA boss Max Mosley warned against F1 playing a part in Bahrain’s social unrest, which has claimed injuries and lives.

Now, the teams have collectively voiced their concern via the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) umbrella body. FOTA has written to the sport’s guardians and stated that its members do not want to race in Bahrain on October 30, Autosport reported. FOTA did not release a public statement, but the report says that a letter has been delivered to the FIA, Formula One Management and the Bahrain GP organisers.

After discussing the issue over the past 36 hours, it is understood that FOTA’s stand is as per above, and that it wants the Indian GP be changed back to its original October 30 date. However, FOTA has apparently not ruled out a return of the Bahrain GP at some point. It is believed that they prefer this to happen in 2012, not this season.

Even Bernie Ecclestone is not 100% for the FIA decision. “The way things are at the moment, we have no idea what is going to happen. Better that we move Bahrain to the end of the season and, if things are safe and well, then that is fine, we can go. If they are not, then we don’t go and there are no problems,” the F1 supremo was quoted as saying.