Passing out and vomiting – F1 drivers' Qatar GP nightmare

The extreme conditions Formula 1 drivers faced in the Qatar Grand Prix went “beyond the limit of what was acceptable” in a “dangerous” race that featured drivers “passing out in the car”, vomiting in their helmets, pulling out of the race and collapsing in the aftermath.The bruising humidity at Lusail combined with the high-speed nature of the track and the mandated tyre stint lengths that led to more flat-out racing rather than tyre conservation extracted a great toll from the majority of the F1 field.“This is the toughest race for every driver in Formula 1 of our careers for everyone,…

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