F1’s new rules hailed for spectacular racing

After F1 drivers considered a boycott over the nearby explosions, the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association said it hoped the Saudi Arabian GP would be “remembered as a good race”. “This was one of the best races I’ve seen in the last ten years,” said Red Bull’s Dr Helmut Marko. “The drivers deliver what the rules promised,” Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said. “You have to plan the overtaking manoeuvres much more than before,” he said. “The balance of the car is much more predictable,” he said. “After last year we didn’t believe it could be any better, but that’s how it’s looking,” said the 78-year-old. “What this organisation has been very good at is not only succeeding in making the races more exciting, but the new approach of the management of the race is also good,” he told NOS.

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