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Over-regulated F1 missed Whiting in Jeddah – Horner

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has suggested that Formula 1 is too “over-regulated”, adding that the sport is missing its former race director Charlie Whiting. Title rivals Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton were involved in a number of incidents at Sunday’s inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, with both visiting the stewards after the race. […]
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