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Bahrain would welcome future Saudi Arabia F1 race

Bahrain organisers say they would welcome a third Formula 1 race in the Middle East as a grand prix in Saudi Arabia looks close to becoming a reality. Currently the Middle East has two races on the F1 calendar in Bahrain and Abu Dhabi, which are separated by just 263 miles, but plans are afoot to introduce a third race in the Gulf, with Saudi Arabia reportedly close to agreeing a deal. Whilst Bahrain is connected to Saudi by a 16-mile bridge, the Daily Mail reports that Jeddah is the most likely location for any race in the country – which is almost 800 miles west of Bahrain. A spokesperson for the Bahrain race insisted they would therefore have no problem with a race...
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