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Wolff: 'F1 cannot hide from social issues in Middle East'

Toto Wolff believes Formula 1 "cannot hide" from social issues in certain countries with races in the Middle East. The Mercedes team boss believes the sport can contribute to positive change. Article continues under ad Qatar is currently under fire for its human rights record and treatment of migrant workers in the construction of its stadiums, as well as for its laws against the LGBTQ+ community. F1 has already raced in the country and will also return for the Qatar Grand Prix in 2023. Wolff finds it necessary to visit Middle East Together with races in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, this brings the total number of races in the Middle East to four. Wolff believes it is...
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