The McLaren Formula 1 driver spent his free weekend in London before the home race, Lando Norris Also, then, he went through a frightening experience after being attacked and Richard Mille’s watch stolen.
“I’m fine, but I was better, I can tell you that,” Norris admitted to Sky Sports on Thursday. “I’m not going to lie, I’m not in perfect shape.”
“I still have work to do mentally now. Of course, I also talk a lot about mental health, and mental strength is very important. I couldn’t sleep well, and they are.”
“It’s not perfect, of course, and I still feel like I’ve been overwhelmed, but I haven’t been to Wembley in the worst case. I’m going to work on this and try to get in the best shape possible, and I feel like I can still focus on what I really need, and that’s the most important thing at the moment. “.
The final of the European Championship 2020 was held in Wembley, London, where the fans became aggressive before the match, after which the stadium was closed, and the fact that England failed in the eleventh round did not improve the situation. with Italy.
“It was a difficult affair, I did not want an evening like this, especially for the English, and I did not want it to end in this way.”
“It’s not the best experience that could happen to anyone, and I wasn’t the only one who had it. I don’t want anyone to be a part of this, and I can sympathize with those who’ve been through this before.”
Norris finished his first triple weekend of the season in very good shape after finishing third in the Austrian Grand Prix, and also finished third on the podium this year, still fourth in the league points race, ahead of Mercedes Valtteri. Bottas, among others.
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