Watch: Lando Norris being comically ‘sus’ for two minutes

Lando Norris has made multiple Twitch appearances since the conclusion of the 2023 F1 season.

Since the conclusion of the 2023 Formula 1 season, Lando Norris has often spent his evenings streaming on Twitch, alongside other streamers.

Recently, he’s been streaming with the popular Angry Ginge, who has gained a sizeable following over the past 12 months in particular.

The duo played Fortnite together last Tuesday night, with their conversations having been interesting to say the least.

Norris and Angry Ginge were having typical ‘lad’ conversations, most of which were based around making sexual innuendos.

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In a two-minute clip of Norris’ ‘sus’ behaviour posted onto Instagram by f1humor_official, it starts off by the duo joking the McLaren driver’s “horny mood”.

“We grind together, we kill together,” said Angry Ginge, before Norris suddenly interrupted him and asked: “We grind together?”

Angry Ginge then joked that he was “loving” Norris’ “horny mood”.

“You are in a very horny mood today and I’m loving it,” Angry Ginge comically replied.

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The duo made several jokes of a similar nature whilst playing Fortnite.

“Big, big bush,” said Norris.

“Lando, get out of my pants,” responded Angry Ginge.

“That is disgusting,” laughed the British driver, who claimed sixth in the 2023 Drivers’ Championship.

It’s fair to say, the duo had an entertaining evening playing video games!

Away from the streaming, Norris is seemingly enjoying the off-season, with the 2023 F1 campaign having been a demanding one.

The closing rounds of the season were particularly gruelling for the entire paddock, as they all had to adjust to a significant time zone change between Las Vegas and Abu Dhabi.

Norris, unfortunately, failed to claim a rostrum in the final two races, which saw him pipped to fourth in the standings Fernando Alonso, whilst Charles Leclerc claimed P5.

Nevertheless, the 23-year-old’s seven podium finishes this year is a great effort, considering how poor McLaren were at the start of the season.

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The Woking-based side’s year changed for the better at the Austrian Grand Prix, where they introduced a significant upgrades package which revolutionised their campaign.

McLaren improved so much that they are seen by many as the team most likely to take the fight to Red Bull in 2024, if they can make the most of finally having a new wind tunnel.

Things are certainly looking up for the historic outfit.