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Traffic chaos mars first day at Red Bull Ring

The Red Bull Ring's first grand prix weekend got off to a sluggish start, when members of the teams and media got stuck in a huge traffic jam. McLaren chiefs Eric Boullier and Sam Michael, for example, abandoned their car several kilometres from the former A1-Ring, which has been impressively refurbished by Red Bull and is hosting its first race for a decade. Boullier and Michael walked instead, while the local Kleine Zeitung newspaper agreed that those on bicycles were the only ones "in the fast lane". "There is just one road in and out of the circuit," said Telegraph correspondent Daniel Johnson. The Times' Kevin Eason agreed: "Dietrich Mateschitz ... has...
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