The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (GP), which will be held for the first time in F1 car race, will be held from December 3rd to 5th. The organizers said they were proud of the safety and rights of workers, even as they were in a hurry to prepare.
Martin Whitaker, the GP’s chief executive, told Reuters that he is implementing a safety implementation program for about 10,000 workers involved in circuit construction. I’ve done a little less than the total time it takes to work with people, but no major accidents have occurred. “
Whitaker also revealed that 40% of the people working in the GP’s organization are women, “this circuit is probably the first just-in-time F1 circuit in history. Very many. Work is being done, but the circuit will definitely be completed. That’s no doubt. “
Regarding Jeddah’s street circuit, Whitaker said, “The size, scale and scale of the facility is remarkable and amazing. Construction started in May this year, but usually it’s the first race to be held in a new country. It will take 18 months. “
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