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The FIA have confirmed that action will be taken after complaints of ‘dangerous’ heat during the Qatar Grand Prix. Drivers raced in gruelling heat in Qatar, with temperatures reaching over 50 degrees inside the cockpit. The next edition of the Qatar Grand Prix is scheduled for December next year, when temperatures are expected to be cooler. George Russell was the most vocal of the drivers, with the Mercedes driver saying that the race was ‘beyond the limit of what is acceptable’. F1 personalities such as ex-driver and Sky Sports commentator Martin Brundle said it was races like Qatar which make the drivers ‘look the heroes and athletes they are’. He posted on X, formerly Twitter: ‘It’s races like Qatar and very rainy days which make F1 drivers look the heroes and athletes they are.

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