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We Will See How The Track Develops Over The Weekend

McLaren Racing Formula One Team Principal Andreas Seidl says the team will see how the Jeddah track develops over the course of this weekend’s inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Speaking to Paddock Eye during his pre-event media briefing on Friday ahead of practice, Seidl said that the organizers have worked extremely hard over the past few days to ensure that the circuit is ready for the action and he said that the team will see how they get on during today’s action.

The circuit is 27 corners long, making it the longest on the Grand Prix calendar and Seidl confirmed to us that he believes that the conditions on track could change given the circuit’s proximity to the sea.

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