Charles Leclerc: Qatar GP conditions “on the limit” | “Hardest race of our careers” | “Hardest race of our careers” | F1

Several drivers up and down the grid struggled with the heat, with Williams’ Logan Sargeant retiring mid-way through the race due to dehydration.Esteban Ocon revealed he had vomited on Lap 15 of the race, while Lance Stroll said he was “passing out” and his vision was blurred.While Leclerc didn’t experience such severe symptoms, he labelled the 57-lap grand prix as the “hardest race” of his career.“It was the hardest race of our careers, for every single driver,” he said. “The heat? I think there were definitely lots of things that added up.“On its own, it would’ve been the hardest race…

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