McLaren’s Lando Norris says he’s “feeling sore” after he was mugged during the Euro 2020 final at Wembley final week, through which a £40,000 watch was stolen.
The Briton has additionally had bother sleeping after the incident and is engaged on being match for this weekend’s British Grand Prix – his residence occasion.
“I’m effective… however I’ve been higher, I can say that,” Norris advised Sky Sports activities. “I’m not in excellent situation, I’m not going to lie.
“Some work to do, mentally. After all I discuss that lots and psychological well being, and psychological power is essential. I’ve not been sleeping that nice, and so forth.
“Not best and I’m feeling a bit sore. However I’m not the man within the worst place after Wembley. I’ll work on it, I’ll ensure I’m in the perfect form doable and I really feel like can nonetheless exit and give attention to what I must do and that’s the primary factor.”
England misplaced to Italy on penalties, which noticed a small variety of followers flip violent within the aftermath, with a number of accidents reported.
Norris added: “It’s powerful, not the night time I needed, and I suppose not the night time all of us needed from an England perspective and positively not the best way I needed it to finish.
“It’s not the nicest expertise for anybody to undergo and it’s not solely me that it’s occurred to, it’s occurred to different folks. It’s one thing I don’t want upon anybody and naturally if anybody else goes by way of it, I can sympathise with them and I do know what they really feel like.”
The 21-year-old heads into this weekend on the again of a robust run of kind, which has seen him rating in each race this 12 months – the one driver to take action – sitting fourth within the championship standings, forward of Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas.