Saudi Arabia pledges maximum security for F1 after Yemeni attack

Racing News: Saudi Arabia pledged maximum security to reassure rattled Formula One drivers as the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was set to go ahead despite an …

Saudi Arabia calls for UNSC meet – Goa Chronicle

Riyadh: Saudi Arabian mission to the United Nations has called for a UN Security Council meeting amid recent Houthi attacks on the country's territory. On.

F1 race in Saudi Arabia to go ahead despite nearby attack by Houthi …

The announcement came a day after the rebels attacked an oil depot located about 11 kilometers (seven miles) from the F1 circuit. The 20 drivers on the grid met …

The Saudi Formula 1 race will go on despite a Houthi missile attack …

Missile and drone attacks by Houthi rebels targeted the Saudi Aramco oil facility in Jeddah — not far from the auto racetrack in the city.

Saudi-Led Coalition Strikes Yemen After Aramco Depot Attack

Saudi-Led Coalition Strikes Yemen After Aramco Depot Attack · Houthis claim attack on Aramco oil storage facility in Jeddah · Oil depot fire spooks markets, doesn …

Lewis Hamilton knocked out in first qualifying session at Saudi Arabia

Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton was knocked out of the opening phase of Saturday's qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

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