SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) – McLaren Method One driver Lando Norris mentioned he struggled to sleep after being mugged on the European soccer championship remaining final weekend however hoped to be totally targeted for his house British Grand Prix on Sunday.
The 21-year-old, who was robbed of a watch value a reported 40,000 kilos ($55,252) within the incident at London’s Wembley Stadium, has a giant fan following and has stood on the rostrum 3 times already this season.
“I am not in good situation, I am not going to lie,” Norris instructed Sky Sports activities tv at Silverstone. “Some work to do, mentally.
“In fact I discuss that so much and psychological well being, and psychological power is essential. I’ve not been sleeping that nice, and so forth.
“I do not actually wish to go into an excessive amount of element, however I am grateful that I am right here.”
Norris, who’s pleasant with a few of the England gamers, mentioned the ultimate was the primary soccer match he had attended and in the end not the nicest expertise.
He mentioned being at Silverstone had allowed him to consider different issues.
“I am certain I will be alright tomorrow,” he added.
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(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, modifying by Toby Davis)