‘Still concerned’ – F1 stars ‘not 100 per cent happy’ to race at Saudi Arabian GP after terror attacks says Ferrari boss

FERRARI boss Mattia Binotto has declared that the Formula One drivers are still not 100 per cent happy about racing in Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Following a four-hour crisis meeting, it was announced that the Saudi Arbaian GP was to still go ahead. Drivers were given assurances from the Saudi government that the race was safe to continue. “Certainly they are still concerned but they have listened to the assurances we gave them and they understand the importance to stay here, and try to race because that is the best choice we can make. “But we have had assurances from F1, the Saudi government, and the security agencies that everything is safe, and that needed to be explained to the drivers. “They are the stars of the sport and it is important they are listened to.

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