chiefs on collision course with human rights activists after confirming Saudi Arabian GP on 2021 schedule

FORMULA ONE chiefs are on a collision course with human rights activists after confirming the Saudi Arabian GP is on the schedule for 2021. F1 have released a mega 23-race calendar that includes the controversial GP in Jeddah, while a purpose built track is under construction in Qiddiya that will be completed in 2023. For 2021, the race is penciled in for Interlagos in Sao Paulo, pending an agreement with the promoters, who themselves are furious that F1 is looking to move to Rio. Meanwhile Carey says he is confident that fans will be able attend next season’s races. “We have proven that we can safely travel and operate our races and our promoters increasingly recognise the need to move forward and manage the virus. “We are delighted to see Saudi Arabia become part of the schedule and are equally excited to return to the venues we hoped to race at in 2020.

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