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FIA reveal 'dramatic' track changes ahead of Qatar GP

Article To news overview © Losail Circuit The pit lane entry of the Losail International Circuit will be changed "dramatically" for Formula 1's inaugural Qatar Grand Prix next month. MotoGP have visited the Losail venue since 2004 whilst very little single-seater racing has taken place at the track. Currently, the pit lane entry is on the right-hand side of the track, almost immediately after the exit of the final corner. F1 Race Director Michael Masi was not able to specify any details but revealed that significant changes will happen when F1 visits Qatar on 19-21 November. "They are changing the pit lane entry completely," Masi told RacingNews365.com and other select...
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