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DESTINATION GUIDE: Where F1 fans can eat, visit and stay when they head to the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

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Amy Overy

Despite being the new kid on the block with only three races under its belt so far, the Saudi Arabian GP has quickly established itself as a thrilling watch as the drivers battle it out under the lights around the fastest street circuit on the F1 calendar. Ahead of this weekend's race, Formula 1 paddock stalwart Amy Overy – aka food blogger F1 Foodie – gives us a guided tour of the best eats, treats and things to do when fans visit Jeddah.

The track, which is located on the Jeddah Corniche adjacent to the Red Sea, boasts 27 corners – the most of any F1 circuit – and has produced some of the most exciting racing in recent times.



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