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Is Saudi Arabia ready for Formula 1?

From the section Saudi Arabia has unveiled detailed plans for a new race track that is poised to host Formula 1 from 2023. The Qiddiyah circuit is part of a new entertainment and sports complex outside the capital Riyadh, designed by ex-F1 driver Alexander Wurz.

What is the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is promoted by the Saudi Automobile and Motorcycle Federation and supported by the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Sport and Quality of Life Initiative under the Vision 2030 programme. Further details on the date, location and Jeddah street circuit layout will be revealed in due course alongside ticket information.

Is Saudi Arabias Qiddiyah F1 track ready for 2023?

The Qiddiyah circuit is part of a new entertainment and sports complex outside the capital Riyadh, designed by ex-F1 driver Alexander Wurz. Chief executive officer Mike Reininger told BBC Sport the track would be ready to host a Grand Prix in 2023.

Who was the king of Saudi Arabia in 2012?

Statement by Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia, during the U.N. Third Millennium Summit. Retrieved 3 October 2012. ^ Jon Gambrell (5 August 2018). Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador, freezes trade in human rights dispute. Toronto Star. The Associated Press.

Is Saudi Arabia set to make its F1 debut next year?

Saudi Arabia is set to make its debut on the Formula 1 calendar next year. A race on a street circuit in Jeddah is the penultimate event on a draft calendar that has been shown to teams. Jeddah will hold the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix while a new purpose-built track at Qiddiyah is completed, which is scheduled to be in 2023.

Where will the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix be held?

From the section Saudi Arabia is set to make its debut on the Formula 1 calendar next year. A race on a street circuit in Jeddah is the penultimate event on a draft calendar that has been shown to teams. Jeddah will hold the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix while a new purpose-built track at Qiddiyah is completed, which is scheduled to be in 2023.

Is Saudi Arabias Qiddiyah F1 track ready for 2023?

The Qiddiyah circuit is part of a new entertainment and sports complex outside the capital Riyadh, designed by ex-F1 driver Alexander Wurz. Chief executive officer Mike Reininger told BBC Sport the track would be ready to host a Grand Prix in 2023.

Is Jeddah F1’s next street track event?

A race on a street circuit in Jeddah is the penultimate event on a draft calendar that has been shown to teams. Jeddah will hold the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix while a new purpose-built track at Qiddiyah is completed, which is scheduled to be in 2023.

Is Saudi Arabia ready for F1 race in 2023?

A deal for F1 to race in Saudi Arabia appears to be edging closer, with a circuit in Qiddiya set to be ready in time for 2023. Saudi Arabia has revealed plans to build a new trace track that would be ready to host Formula 1 from 2023.

Will Saudi Arabia’s new Qiddiya circuit host Formula 1?

Saudi Arabia’s new state-of-the-art race track in Qiddiya will be ready to host Formula 1 from 2023, circuit chiefs confirmed at an event on Friday. The development, which is situated about 30 miles from Riyadh, is part of a major new entertainment and commercial complex that is being built against the backdrop of a spectacular mountain range.

Where is Saudi Arabias New Abu Dhabi F1 circuit?

The development project is located about 30 miles from the capital Riyadh - which hosts a Formula E round. The circuit has been designed by former F1 driver Alex Wurz and meets the FIAs Grade 1 standards required to host grand prix racing.

Who designed the new Qiddiyah F1 track?

Damon Hill, David Coulthard, Nico Hulkenberg and Romain Grosjean were amongst the guests shown a simulation of the track, which is being designed by ex-Formula 1 driver Alexander Wurz. Wurz said: “It’s a privilege of a lifetime to design the motion and mobility zone in Qiddiyah, including the Speedpark track.

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