• Reuters


Formula One has plenty to discuss after a Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend featuring a devastating crash and a Houthi attack raised questions about the race's continued presence in the Middle Eastern location.

The attack on an oil storage facility near the track by Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi group last Friday cast doubt on Sunday's race, with drivers meeting for more than four hours to consider their stance.

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