star vomits in crash helmet with rival rushed to medical centre as drivers fume at 44-degree Qatar Grand Prix farce

LANDO NORRIS said the intense heat of the Qatar Grand Prix made it “too dangerous” to race. Williams drivers Logan Sargeant and Alex Albon both needed help climbing from their cars. Norris, who was third and left exhausted, said: “It was too hot and much too dangerous. Sir Lewis Hamilton also struggled during the race as he crashed out after a first-lap collision with Mercedes teammate George Russell. As Hamilton and Russell vied for space, they ended up clipping each other. However, Russell was able to drive back into the action as Sir Lewis was left stranded with a damaged car.

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