Lewis Hamilton admits he was ‘uncomfortable’ after F1 chiefs chose not to wear face masks at an Australian Grand Prix briefing… as he says he was left baffled by officials telling drivers to wear fireproof underwear

Lewis Hamilton said he felt uncomfortable after members of Formula One’s ruling body failed to wear face masks during a drivers’ briefing for Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix. Under local law, it is not mandatory to wear a face mask in an enclosed space. Hamilton, speaking after he qualified fifth for the third round of the new season, said: ‘No one in the drivers’ briefing were wearing masks. Some of the drivers were but most of the FIA were not, which for me was uncomfortable. I have been racing a long time and they have never done such a long briefing.

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