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Vettel set up 'Race for Women' karting event in Saudi Arabia

Sebastian Vettel promoted women driving in Saudia Arabia with a special all-girl karting event that took place ahead of F1's premiere in the Kingdom. The Aston Martin driver vowed to "concentrate on the positives" of racing in Saudi Arabia, where women were allowed to drive on public roads for the first time in 2018. "It was really, really exciting," Vettel told the media in Jeddah. "Obviously, there's been a lot of talk and thought heading into the race here, the first time we race in Saudi Arabia. A lot of questions that have been asked, and I've asked myself, so I was thinking of what I can do. "We have so much attention, there's so much focus on negative...
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