Norris discloses his challenges with power and vision in Barcelona

Lando Norris of McLaren acknowledges he is not at his “best” as he readies for the 66-lap Spanish Grand Prix, which will be held in sweltering temperatures.

Uhren Lando Norris

During the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, McLaren racer Lando Norris acknowledged that his performance levels were at their weakest for “a long time.

He has been ill and claims to be having trouble seeing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, where he is piloting his 320 km/h Formula 1 car.

It’s also caused him to lose sleep, which has drastically reduced his energy levels throughout the event.

“I’ve been much better. I’ve not been great all weekend, to be honest with you,” Norris said.

“I am just suffering with my throat and my eyes, and seeing, which doesn’t help. My energy levels are probably the worst I’ve had in a long time.

“I’m definitely not at my peak this weekend, but I was so happy to be in Q3 and to do the lap I did, with how this weekend has gone so far. I’m quite surprised and this makes me feel good.”

Norris starts the Spanish Grand Prix outside the top ten

Norris will begin the Spanish Grand Prix from 11th on the grid, after driver Daniel Ricciardo qualified ahead of him.

With the two Haas drivers and Valtteri Bottas’ Alfa Romeo in front of him on race day, he’ll be hoping to make up ground.

Norris was on his way to a top 10 beginning before a late lap time in Q2 was removed for breaching racetrack limitations. Norris was so near to staying within the white lines that replays revealed, yet he accepted his sentence.

“From the onboards, it looked like I was on the track, but from the outboards, from the FIA, I was clearly off the track,” the Briton commented.

“It’s as simple as that. Once you’re off, you’re off. It’s simple.”

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