I've been released with my crew. Breakneck drive to Bahrain airport in police van. Being deported now.
Channel 4 News Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller and his team have been released from custody in Bahrain, having been arrested earlier today for filming without accreditation.
The crew expressed concerns for their driver and a local activist who was arrested with them.
My driver and dr Ala'a shebahi, the activist I was with during police chase are still in detention. We are assured they will be freed soon
Demonstrators hurled petrol bombs during nightly clashes with the police who responded by firing teargas and rubber bullets.
Crowds of protesters hurled petrol bombs at police who fired tear gas back in Bahrain on Saturday on the eve of the Grand Prix.
Protesters have clashed with police in Bahrain as F1 bosses remained defiant and the country's leaders refused to "empower extremists."