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F1 boss: 'It's time for Arab Formula One drivers'

Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Dubai. No less than four Grands Prix are held in the Middle East. Of course, the oil dollars are important for Formula 1. At the same time the Formula 1 organisation finds human rights very important. Especially in the Middle East human rights are not always that good. Criticism Asked about the criticisms human rights organisations have of racing in the oil states, Stefano Domenicali responds at Motorsport-total. "We have always said that we are an international sport with an incredible level of awareness," the Italian explains. "When a country commits to invest in a project like this (bringing Formula 1 in), they know it's going to be in the...
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