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F1 says Jeddah track completion will go 'down to the wire'

Formula 1 sporting director Steve Nielsen says construction at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit is still ongoing, with work expected to go "down to the wire" ahead of the December 5 inaugural event in Saudi Arabia. A recent visit to the city on the Red Sea by members of F1's broadcast team revealed an infrastructure and pit complex that appeared shockingly behind schedule. FIA race director Michael Masi who had also visited the site to see for himself the work in progress insisted that Jeddah's circuit would be completed on time. Nielsen, who is involved in the approval process of the track, is also confident that the venue will be up and running in time for Saud Arabia's big F1...
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