Saudi Arabia reveals latest progress on its F1 circuit ahead of inaugural race
Pictures of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit at night have been revealed ahead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in early December.
The promotors of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix have released images of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit at night, ahead of the first Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in December. The circuit, which is just off the streets of Jeddah, is currently nearing completion ahead of the race.
Saudi workers have been working "round the clock" in Jeddah to finish the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, located just off the streets of Jeddah.
Despite not using public roads on the main track, it has been labelled a "street circuit" due to its close proximity between the streets of Jeddah and the circuit itself.
Floodlights have been recently installed at the newest circuit on the F1 calendar, while barriers have started to be assembled. The asphalting of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit is close to completion.
Official images show floodlights have been installed in Jeddah.
Saudi Arabia looks set to finish its Formula 1 circuit on time for the Formula 1 circus to show up, after a Saudi official claimed that workers are working around the clock in Jeddah to get the circuit finished earlier in September.
Barriers appear to be being assembled at the track, which is currently under construction.
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is due to be taking place between 3-5 December 2021 at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit.