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F1 insists no concerns despite freight delay to Brazil

Formula 1 says there are no concerns that a freight delay will impact the running of this weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Poor weather led to freight from Sunday’s Mexico City Grand Prix being late departing, leaving up to half of the teams still awaiting the arrival of equipment, including some power units. While the delays are expected to extend into the middle of Thursday, F1 is confident there won’t be any issues with the event starting on time as planned. “There were delays in freight departing Mexico on Monday due to the weather conditions, meaning some freight is still to arrive in Brazil,” a Formula 1 spokesperson said. “We expect this to arrive tomorrow with no wider...
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