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Brown critical of Wembley security after Norris mugging

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown has criticised Wembley's execution of the Euro 2020 final after his driver Lando Norris was mugged. As he returned to his car after the match featuring England and Italy, Norris was attacked by two individuals, during which his prototype Richard Mille watch worth £40,000 was stolen. Fortunately Norris was not hurt during the incident, but was understandably shaken. Norris himself has taken to social media to express his gratitude for the support he has received, and is now trying to refocus his mind with the British Grand Prix approaching. Brown confirmed that Norris is okay, adding that they have spoken at length about the incident, and Brown described the...
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