How F1’s new cockpit scoop aims to avoid Qatar heat issues

Several drivers required medical attention after the race due to severe heat exhaustion symptoms, with Williams’ Logan Sargeant even retiring from the race with heatstroke.While Qatar’s conditions were unusually extreme, the FIA pledged to find a rapid solution to avoid it from happening again.The race itself has been shuffled further down the calendar from early October to the end of November for …Keep reading

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