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Hamilton concerned by 'danger zone' traffic after near misses

Article To news overview Lewis Hamilton believes that Formula 1 is heading towards a "danger zone" in terms of traffic management at the high-speed Jeddah Corniche Circuit, which was evident during Friday's practice sessions. Hamilton topped both FP1 and FP2 at the all-new venue but had several near misses with slow-moving cars as he completed flying laps, at one stage darting to the other side of the track while driving flat out. 'It's getting to a bit of a danger zone' Hamilton noted the extreme closing speeds around the 6.174km, 27-corner layout. "It's definitely a lot worse than a lot of places we go to," said Hamilton, when asked about the traffic. "It's...
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