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Vettel swerves question about Saudi Arabia worries

Sebastian Vettel has dodged questions surrounding his personal views about Formula 1 racing in Saudi Arabia. Concerns have been raised from human rights organisations about the suitability of hosting a race in the Kingdom, which has a reputation for attempted ‘sportswashing' to give them standing on a world stage, despite worries surrounding the welfare of some of their citizens. The race in Jeddah is still on a tight time schedule to be ready by the time Formula 1 is due to head there, but Vettel was not keen to answer questions about his own views of racing in the country. The four-time World Champion has been vocal on his views surrounding human rights, the environment and LGBTQ+...
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