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Saudi Arabian GP CEO explains why drivers will be ‘quite pleased'

Formula 1 drivers are set to be 'really quite pleased' with the Jeddah Corniche Circuit this weekend, following modifications made to 'improve the sight lines'. Saudi Arabian Grand Prix boss Martin Whitaker believes his team have done an excellent job to further improve the fastest street circuit on the calendar, with things such as ‘rumble strips' having been added to the circuit. The vast majority of the turns have had rumble strips fitted, whilst a number of kerbs have also been replaced to the harshness of the ones used in the last two years. Drivers will be greeted with smoother kerbs, which will hopefully reduce the chances of Mick Schumacher's high-speed crash in Jeddah being...
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