Saudi F1 GP to go ahead despite attack on fuel depot

Friday, March 25, 2022
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The Saudi F1 GP is due to take place on Sunday despite an attack on a fuel depot last Sunday. The Houthi rebels have been fighting the Saudi-led coalition for seven years. After the fuel depot was attacked‚ a plume of black smoke could be seen across the track until sunset. However‚ the authorities have said that no casualties have been reported. It's not clear whether the race will be canceled or postponed. The promoter of the race‚ the Saudi Motorsport Company‚ said that the GP will still go ahead despite the attack on a fuel depot. The team principals of all 10 F1 teams have agreed that the race will be held as planned‚ despite the attack on a fuel depot owned by Aramco. While the government of Saudi Arabia did not acknowledge the attack‚ it has confirmed that the race will take place as scheduled. The Saudi Motorsport Company has been informed about the attack on the Aramco fuel depot in Jeddah. The FIA and Formula One are in contact with the relevant authorities. The F1 GP will go ahead despite the incident. The organisers are in regular contact with the local authorities. The FIA also confirmed that the event would continue as scheduled despite the security concerns. The race is likely to go ahead‚ despite the attack on the fuel depot. The organisers are in direct contact with the local authorities‚ and are preparing for any eventuality. While the F1 GP will be held in Jiddah‚ Saudi Arabia's government has pledged that the race will continue as planned despite the attack on the oil depot. And while the organisers are worried about the safety of the drivers and the public‚ the Saudi authorities have put in place systems to protect the area. The Saudi F1 GP is expected to go ahead despite the attack on a fuel depot. While the Associated Press and the Red Bull team are in the city for the race‚ it is not clear what caused the smoke. The sky was black‚ and the tops of the tanks were visible at about 11.5km away. The bombing did not affect the event itself‚ but the timing of the event is critical. The Saudi GP is set to go ahead as scheduled‚ despite the attack on the fuel depot. Despite the attack‚ the race will continue‚ despite the attack. The host nation is also responsible for the cost of the Saudi Arabian GP. The government is responsible for ensuring that the race takes place. Aside from the security of the track‚ the Houthi rebels' armed forces have destroyed the fuel depot‚ but the governing bodies have promised to ensure that the race will take place as planned. The Saudi GP has been rescheduled despite an attack on a fuel depot.

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The Saudi authorities did not immediately acknowledge the attack on the fuel depot‚ but later said that the event would continue as scheduled. During the second practice session‚ the team had met with the drivers and the F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali explained the situation to the drivers. The governing body assured that the weekend would go ahead despite the attack on the fuel depot. They stated that the safety of all the drivers and crew was their top priority. The Saudi Arabian authorities have vowed to continue the race despite the attack on the fuel depot. The governing body has said that the Saudi government will continue the race as planned and that the event will be held as scheduled. Earlier‚ the Houthis had targeted the Saudi-owned Aramco depot with missiles‚ but there were no reports of fatalities. The sabotage was carried out without any other security threat. The Saudi governing body has announced that the GP will still take place despite the attack on the fuel depot. The organisers have made the race possible by ensuring that the Saudi governing body has full control over the race and that the GP is fully transparent. It is vital for the governing body to run a safe and successful race. It is important that all F1 races are free of violence.