Qatar Grand Prix: Drivers feel the heat during ‘brutal’ race

George Russell finished fourth after colliding with team-mate Lewis Hamilton on the opening cornerFormula 1 drivers said conditions in Sunday's Qatar Grand Prix were "beyond the limit" and "too extreme".A number of drivers needed medical attention for either dehydration or heat exhaustion after a race run in high temperatures and humidity.And Alpine driver Esteban Ocon said he had vomited in his helmet.Mercedes driver George Russell said: "It was an absolutely brutal race, by far the most physical I have ever experienced. I felt close to fainting."Russell added he had "never experienced anything like that before".Williams driver Logan Sergeant retired because…

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