F1 fans were in bits after seeing Lando Norris react to news that Mick Schumacher was getting investigated following the sprint race ahead of Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix.
The 22-year-old started 15th on the grid but managed to work his way up to an 11th place finish, despite at one point being pushed off the track by Alex Albon – who was later struck with a penalty.
As he was quizzed by Sky Sports about the altercation after the race, the McLaren driver was told that Schumacher was facing an investigation for a starting procedure infringement, and his reaction was priceless, knowing it could result in another bump up the starting order.
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With more than a slight hint of sarcasm in his tone, Norris replies: "Oh no … oh no," before darting his eyes back and forth and closing out with a cheeky grin for the cameras, and F1 fans were loving it on social media.
"Lando and his s***housery I love him," one person tweeted.
"Lando’s sarcasm and reaction when he was told about Mick," wrote another, while a third said: "Lando going 'oh no' and then smiling after when he was told about mick’s possible infringement pls, amazing."
A fourth commented: "Lando saying on no sarcastically when hearing about mick. He is so unhinged I’m here for it."
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Norris made a nightmare start to qualifying with his car catching fire during the first practice session this week, with team-mate Daniel Ricciardo also suffering problems.
The Brit is currently seventh in the championship table behind compatriots Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, having amassed 58 points so far this season.
Max Verstappen, who won Saturday's sprint, remains at the head of the pack with 181 points as he goes in search of winning back-to-back drivers' championships.
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