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British
13 November 1999 (22)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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5 (8.8%)
1 (2021 Sochi Autodrom) (1.8%)
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2nd (2021 Italian Grand Prix)
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297 (5.2 points per race avg)
4061
31 (0.8%)
3 (5.3%)
6 (10.5%)
2019 Australian Grand Prix
2021 São Paulo Grand Prix

about Lando Norris

Lando Norris (born 13 November 1999) is a British racing driver currently competing in Formula One, for McLaren. He won the MSA Formula championship in 2015, and the Toyota Racing Series, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 and Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup in 2016. He also received the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award that year. He subsequently won the 2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship. He was a member of the McLaren young driver programme.


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seasons

2019, 2020, 2021,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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1 2021 Russian Grand Prix round 15 McLaren

teams & teammates

season teammate
2019 Carlos Sainz
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2020 Carlos Sainz
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2021 Daniel Ricciardo
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Norris has shone against Ricciardo in their first season together at McLaren this year, and currently sits on 153 points compared to the Australian’s 105.<br>But with the team aware that some of Ricciardo’s issues were down to him simply needing time to adapt to the new characteristics of the McLaren car, Norris fully accepts that the situation could change ...

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The young Briton has driven early versions of the new 2022 design in his McLaren’s team simulator, as preparations ramp up for the all-new rules next year.<br>And although the feeling from the car is evolving as teams get to better understand the design concept, Norris says he already has a firm view about how different the new generation of cars will be – and how drivers will need ...

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The young Briton has long resisted joining other F1 drivers in the tax haven of Monaco, despite the clear money benefits from doing so, and committed to living near the McLaren factory in Woking.<br>But, after getting more established in grand prix racing and having extended his McLaren contract earlier this year, Norris thinks now is the perfect opportunity to make a change.<br>"It's something ...

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Norris was forced to pit with eight laps remaining after his tyre “blew up”, ending the race as one of four drivers to sustain a puncture.<br>Valtteri Bottas, George Russell and Nicholas Latifi were also forced to pit due to front-left punctures, but Norris was the only member of the quartet to score points, finishing the race ninth. He had sat fourth prior to his late pitstop.<br>Speaking to ...

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The McLaren driver was handed a five-second time penalty at the Red Bull Ring in July after the FIA felt that he had forced Sergio Perez off the track as they battled for position at Turn 4 in the race.<br>The scenario of that incident, with Perez attacking around the outside on the entry and trying to hold his line, has repeatedly been claimed as an example of why there seems to be inconsistency ...

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F1 completed the third of its sprint race trials in Brazil this weekend, with the Interlagos spectacle boosted by world champion Lewis Hamilton's charge from the back.<br>With F1's chiefs now set for talks with teams about any potential tweaks for the six sprints it is planning for 2022, much focus is being put on what to do about Saturday's morning second practice session.<br>The one-hour of ...

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On Thursday ahead of the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix, Norris says he recently sent Rossi a “heartfelt” message ahead of the nine-time grand prix motorcycle world champion’s retirement this weekend in Valencia.<br>Norris revealed that he keeps in regular contact with Rossi – who is the McLaren’s driver’s personal hero – and says both have discussed the possibility of sharing a car in a ...

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Ferrari and McLaren have spent much of 2021 fighting to lead the midfield teams and finish as best of the rest behind Red Bull and Mercedes in the constructors' championship.<br>Ferrari pulled 13.5 points clear of McLaren in the fight for third place in Mexico, but it was AlphaTauri who topped the midfield as Pierre Gasly finished the race in fourth place.<br>AlphaTauri is now level with Alpine in ...

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This weekend’s Valencia Grand Prix marks Rossi’s last ever MotoGP race, as he gets set to call time on his illustrious 26-season motorcycle grand prix career.<br>Norris has made no secret of his admiration of the nine-time grand prix motorcycle world championship and has based crash helmet liveries around Rossi’s iconic sun and moon design.<br>They met at the 2019 British MotoGP, with Norris ...

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The Briton had been the only Mercedes-powered driver not to have gone beyond his allocation of three engines up to this point.<br>But, after a tricky opening day of running in Mexico City, Norris is expected to join Aston Martin's Lance Stroll and AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda at the back of the grid.<br>McLaren confirmed the decision ahead of the final practice session.<br>With three drivers having ...

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With five races remaining, there is just 3.5 points separating the two teams in their fight for third place in the constructors' championship.<br>But with Ferrari having made good performance gains in recent races following the introduction of an upgraded engine, McLaren knows that it is facing a big challenge to hold on to its position.<br>Norris insists that McLaren is not downbeat about its ...

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On the first lap of the Austin race, Sainz left the track at the Turn 12 left-hander trying to defend his fifth place against both McLarens. Exceeding track limits allowed him to keep his position to Norris, although Daniel Ricciardo managed to pass both cars before the end of the lap.<br>Despite losing a net position, Sainz was still ordered to let Norris by several laps later ...

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Hamilton's 1m34.842s would have edged him ahead of Perez by 0.104s, but going beyond the accepted track limits at the penultimate corner on a qualifying simulation run mid-way through the second 60-minute session cost the world champion the top spot and left the Red Bull heading the times with a 1m34.946s.<br>In sweltering conditions at the Circuit of the Americas, the pack initially emerged on ...

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The results of the F1 Global Survey commissioned by Motorsport Network in partnership with F1 and Nielsen Sports were released ahead of the United States Grand Prix after responses from more than 167,000 fans in 187 different countries.<br>Max Verstappen was named as F1’s most popular driver, being listed as favourite by 14.4% of fans, but McLaren driver Norris managed to finish second ...

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The young Briton had looked on course to win his maiden F1 race at Sochi last weekend as he held off Lewis Hamilton in the closing stages.<br>However, a late race downpour turned the grand prix on its head, as Norris elected to stay out on slick tyres when the rain came down while Hamilton pitted for inters.<br>That decision helped Hamilton win the race to retake the lead of the F1 drivers’ ...

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Norris' pit entry incident was a major point of discussion after the race on Sunday, and many observers were surprised when the McLaren driver received a reprimand rather than the five-second penalty and one licence point that are usually associated with the offence.<br>The significance was that those five seconds would have made his day even worse, dropping him from seventh place to ninth, behind ...

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Norris looked set to win his maiden grand prix in Sochi until he and McLaren got caught out by a late rain shower with three laps to go.<br>Norris opted to stay on slicks and as the rain worsened, he lost his race-long lead to Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, who took his 100th career win with a well-timed pitstop.<br>After the race Norris said he was devastated after coming agonisingly close to ...

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Norris picked up his first F1 pole in Saturday's qualifying session at the Sochi Autodrom, and looked set to win the race before a late rain shower shook up proceedings.<br>Norris initially opted against coming in for intermediates, a decision that ultimately backfired as he dropped to seventh place after pitting and making the switch, allowing Lewis Hamilton to win the race.<br>Norris felt ...

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The young Briton looked on course to win his maiden F1 race from pole position at Sochi on Sunday, as he held off Lewis Hamilton behind him in the closing stages.<br>But it all went wrong a few laps from home when a downpour arrived and Norris and his McLaren team left it too late to switch to intermediate tyres.<br>The delay cost him a lot of time and opened the way for Hamilton to take the ...

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The McLaren driver appeared to have the Sochi race under control late on, having held off a charging Lewis Hamilton for the lead as the race drew to its conclusion.<br>But a rain shower that hit the track a few laps from the end threw the event on its head, and opened the door for Norris to see victory hopes slip from his grasp.<br>While Mercedes pitted Hamilton to take inters, Norris elected to ...

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Norris was closing in on a maiden grand prix victory after controlling proceedings from pole position before a late rain shower turned the race on its head.<br>Norris opted to stay out on slicks while the majority of other drivers came in for intermediates, only for the decision to backfire as the rain grew heavier.<br>The McLaren driver was eventually able to pit at the end of lap 51 - two laps ...

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The McLaren driver had made a mistake in staying out on slicks as a late downpour soaked the track.<br>And having run wide at several corners in his attempt to get back to the pits to change tyres, he also slipped up by skidding across the pitlane entry line and then cutting back across on his way in.<br>This is in breach of the event rules, where drivers were told ahead of the weekend that they ...

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Hamilton dropped to seventh on the opening lap of the race, but recovered to sit second behind Norris after the pit stop cycle was completed, trailing the McLaren by nine seconds.<br>But Hamilton was able to make significant gains with clear air ahead of him, whittling the gap down to just over one second with 10 laps to go before telling his Mercedes team that it was hard to get any ...

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Two weeks after its surprise 1-2 finish at Monza, McLaren scored its first pole since the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix as Norris topped Q3 with a late run on slick tyres in Sochi.<br>Norris took pole by over half a second ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz after a switch from intermediate to slick tyres paid off on his final lap of the session.<br>"It feels amazing, I don't know what to say," Norris ...

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Norris will start ahead of Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and George Russell (Williams) after the one-hour qualifying session, which came down to a final-lap shootout for cars on slick tyres as the track dried enough to allow the dry rubber to be faster.<br>Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton will start fourth, but his slick-tyre run was ruined when he hit the wall entering the pits.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Russian ...

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