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'Our number on priority is safety,' says Saudi sports minister

Saudi Arabia's sport minister seeks to assuage F1's fears over safety following 2022 scare. A missile attack on a nearby oil storage facility as the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend got underway almost saw a boycott of the event, with team bosses and drivers understandably concerned at their safety. Assurances were given, security was beefed up and the weekend went ahead without a hitch. However, ahead of the sport's return in March, the country's sport minister, Prince Abdulaziz Bin Turki Al-Faisal has met with the sport's powers that be, teams and drivers to convince them that there will be no repeats and that there safety is guaranteed. 'We spoke to them about what necessary...
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