Drivers argue 'unsafe' heat in Qatar beyond what is acceptable

Formula 1 drivers described the conditions at the Qatar Grand Prix as “beyond the limit for what was acceptable for driving” after multiple needed medical attention and were unwell due to the heat. High temperatures and humidity combined with a high-speed physical circuit was added to by maximum stint lengths forcing at least three pit stops per driver. As a result, there was no tire saving going on as drivers had to push throughout each stint, with Logan Sargeant retiring after suffering from intense dehydration during the race. Alex Albon also needed help after struggling to climb out of his…

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