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Masi: A lot of work but I'm confident Saudi GP will happen

FIA race director Michael Masi is confident the Jeddah circuit will be ready for its Formula 1 debut next month amid despite reports highlighting the amount of track work still to be completed. The floodlit, Saudi Grand Prix, along the Red Sea shore in Jeddah is scheduled for the night of 5 December,  the penultimate round of the 2021 F1 world championship. Depending on results in Brazil and Qatar, Saudi Arabia could be a title decider between Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. Verstappen leads Hamilton by 19 points with four races remaining. FIA race director Michael Masi told reporters in Mexico: 'The FIA and F1 are getting daily updates of where things are at and...
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