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Norris criticises recording of Zak Brown driving around Monaco

Norris criticises recording of Zak Brown driving around Monaco

13 May - 09:20 Last update: 09:53
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Sophia Crothall

Whilst Lando Norris enjoyed a weekend off from racing, his team boss Zak Brown took to the streets of Monaco to take part in some racing himself. Now, on Instagram, Norris has mocked the McLaren CEO with some friendly advice. 

This weekend, the Historic Grand Prix of Monaco returned, and saw Brown racing on the streets. Prior to his work off track, Brown had a racing career of his own that spanned two decades. For instance, in 1994, he raced in British Formula 3 after several years of karting. However by 2016, he had made the move off track by becoming an executive director at McLaren before working his way up to become the CEO. 

Nevertheless, this weekend Brown was able to drive Alan Jones’ 1980 championship-winning Williams FW07B. He shared on Instagram how privileged he felt to be able to drive the historic car on such a special track. 

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What did Norris have to say?

Commenting on the Instagram post, Norris offered his boss a few words of advice: "Get your head out the way!" 

The comment refers to the camera angle which was used to film Brown driving. It has since had over 3000 likes, with fans appreciating their relationship.