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Jeddah traffic could get ‘very messy, very quickly’ – Perez

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez has warned that Formula 1’s traffic problem could get “very messy, very quickly” in Saudi Arabia. F1 experienced the Jeddah Corniche Circuit for the first time on Friday, as the drivers got up to speed in free practice. However, the danger of cars on their hot laps coming across drivers on […]
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