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Boullier confident French GP traffic issues have been cured

French Grand Prix – Eric Boullier, in his role as advisor and ambassador for the French GP, has said traffic shouldn't be an issue at this year's race at Paul Ricard. Formula 1's return to the French circuit of Paul Ricard last year was problematic, in terms of access, logistics and traffic management. With access roads reaching congestion point quite early on each day, many spectators were left fuming sitting in traffic as track action began. Some even gave up, due to the lengthy delays. As a result, a considered approach was taken for this year's race, with organisers hiring former McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier as an advisor. The Frenchman explained to that...
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