Norris says self-confidence descended to an 'all-time-low' in debut F1 season
Norris says self-confidence descended to 'all-time-low' in debut F1 season
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- Lando Norris has spoken about his mental health struggles in a wide-ranging interview with GQ, as the Briton gets ready for his fifth campaign with McLaren.
- READ MORE: Norris on why he's 'happy and confident' to be a mental health pioneer in Formula 1 The 23-year-old has been lauded not only for his proven talent, but his willingness to speak openly about mental health on platforms such as ITV’s Good Morning talkshow in the UK.
- In a recent interview with GQ magazine, he said: “I didn’t need to do that [speak about mental health].
- Can I come back from this?’” READ MORE: 'I didn't believe in myself' – Lando Norris on overcoming the mental struggles of his rookie season Norris explained that he continues to deal with negative comments on social media: “You’re never going to please everyone.
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