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13 November 1999 (19)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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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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Norris has qualified in the top 10 for the first two grands prix of his career as McLaren has surprised itself with its strong form at the opening races. <br>The British driver failed to finish in the points in Australia and expected another tough grand prix in Bahrain - but deservedly claimed his first top-10 finish, benefitting from Nico Hulkenberg’s late retirement to take sixth ...

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The young British driver has made it through to Q3 at both races so far this season, and scored his first F1 points with a sixth-place finish at the Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend.<br>With Norris' performance having more than justified McLaren's faith in promoting him, Brown says that one of the major benefits right now is that it will take the heat off him if he does slip up at some ...

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Grosjean picked up a three-place grid penalty, dropping him from eighth to 11th, for impeding Norris during the opening part of qualifying at the Sakhir circuit.<br>The Haas driver was overtaken by Vettel approaching the final corner, which made Grosjean slow down so much to avoid compromising the lap he was about to begin that he got in the way of Norris, who was completing his first flying lap ...

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Grosjean had qualified his Haas eighth for Sunday's race but will drop to 11th after being judged to have blocked Norris in the first qualifying segment.<br>The Bahrain GP stewards have decided Grosjean drove "unnecessarily slowly" and impeded Norris at the final corner.<br>This did not prevent Norris from making it through to the next phase of qualifying, as the McLaren driver ended up reaching ...

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Norris qualified eighth for his grand prix debut and while he was unable to finish in the points in the Melbourne race he and McLaren were buoyed by a stronger showing than expected.<br>The Formula 2 graduate has admitted it does not mean McLaren can expect top-10 starts at every race, but also believes a dip in qualifying performance would be no cause for alarm either.<br>"It's not a guarantee ...

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Norris qualified eighth for his debut, and after running 10th in the early stages was stuck behind the Alfa Romeo of Antonio Giovinazzi in the first part of his second stint.<br>This allowed Lance Stroll, Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly to jump him, meaning he finished the race 12th.<br>"He did a great job overall," de Ferran told Motorsport.com. "He really didn't put a foot wrong the whole ...

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The 19-year-old will start his grand prix debut from eighth on the grid in Melbourne, after McLaren’s low-key pre-season gave way to an unexpectedly encouraging qualifying performance.<br>Norris beat the Alfa Romeo of Kimi Raikkonen and Racing Point of Sergio Perez in Q3, as McLaren every team in the midfield except Haas.<br>Norris said he had “a lot of nerves” going into qualifying because ...

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After their mostly-reliable start to pre-season testing last week, McLaren have finally encountered some headaches after a day of highs and lows for the team.<br>Lando Norris had the unwelcome honour of causing two red flags. In the morning, he was forced to park his McLaren MCL34 up in the opening sector of the lap as his car was struck by hydraulic pressure problems.<br>The team spent the ...

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Norris completed 38 laps in the morning but missed the final hour and 40 minutes of that session when he stopped with a reported loss of hydraulic pressure.<br>He completed solid mileage when running got back underway after the lunch break, but did not improve on the 1m22.306s he set shortly after 10am local time until 5:15pm when he recorded a 1m19.264s on the C5 Pirelli tyre.<br>That was the ...

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After a disappointing 2018 campaign that fell far short of expectations, McLaren hopes that a new design team can help it improve this season.<br>Early indications from testing are encouraging, in terms of both reliability and pace, with Norris setting the second-fastest time behind Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc on Tuesday.<br>But although he is encouraged by the progress McLaren has made, Norris is ...

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Norris is an eager gamer, and regularly broadcasts his racing exploits online. He recently joined Verstappen in a Team Redline assault on iRacing’s Bathurst 12 Hours, but the event ended in frustration after an early crash by their team boss Atze Kerkhof put them out of contention.<br>But even without a hard result to show for his efforts, Norris says he is constantly able to learn more about ...

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Norris was signed by McLaren shortly after September's Italian Grand Prix, but at that point ART Grand Prix driver Russell had surpassed his Carlin rival at the top of the F2 standings.<br>“Lando’s announcement so early helped me to push Williams for my drive,” explained Russell. <br>“Because if I was ahead of him in the [F2] championship and McLaren believed he [Norris] was worthy of a ...

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Two-time F1 world champion has departed grand prix racing at the conclusion of the 2018 season, albeit leaving the door open to a future comeback.<br>His decision to compete elsewhere in 2019, coupled with teammate Stoffel Vandoorne being let go by McLaren, means that the Woking-based team heads into next year with an all-new driver line-up.<br>CEO Zak Brown left the door open to Alonso trying out ...

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The young British driver has been a fan of the multiple MotoGP champion since he was young, and considered the Italian’s famous number for his step up to F1 in 2019. In the end, however, Norris chose number four instead because of how the digit looked, as well as it fitting in perfectly for the hashtag #L4ndo. “There is a story behind number four: but the story is that there is no ...

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Vandoorne has a sparkling junior single-seater CV, having won the Formula Renault Eurocup in 2012, then finished second in Formula Renault 3.5 and GP2 in 2013 and '14 respectively. He won the 2015 GP2 title before a spell in Super Formula the following year, and began his first full Formula 1 season with McLaren in 2017. But two lacklustre seasons where Vandoorne has struggled to impress as ... ...

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Norris is only in his fourth year of single-seater racing but has five titles on his CV already and is fighting for the Formula 2 crown. That record and his position as McLaren’s ‘next big thing’ has led to comparisons with Hamilton, who made his grand prix debut with McLaren in 2007 and won the title with the team the following year. Hamilton's title, his first of four, makes him ... ...

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Norris sealed a McLaren affiliation as part of his 2016 prize, which included paid simulator work and a place in the team's fitness programme, as well as his first F1 test the following year.  However, McLaren was so impressed by the youngster it signed him to its official junior programme early in 2017.  Norris wrapped up that year’s European Formula 3 title and is currently fighting ... ...

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Norris will make his grand prix debut when he partners Carlos Sainz at McLaren next season.  He was linked with Toro Rosso earlier in the year but McLaren was not keen to relinquish its protege and Red Bull did not want to sign another team’s driver on loan.  McLaren F1 team CEO Zak Brown said: “We knew he would've been snapped up by another team. “But we were ultimately always on ... ...

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The Formula 2 front runner has impressed the team with his recent runs in free practice sessions and has won the battle to become Carlos Sainz’s teammate. The announcement about his plans comes shortly after McLaren revealed that it is not retaining Stoffel Vandoorne for 2019. Norris has been part of the McLaren young driver programme since 2017, having won a host of junior categories in ... ...

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After a strong drive to second in the Spa F2 sprint race last weekend, Carlin driver Norris cut the points deficit to his perennial title rival – Mercedes junior George Russell – to five points. Norris, 18, made his Formula 1 weekend debut in Spa with a first FP1 outing and headed teammate Stoffel Vandoorne, although the Belgian had car issues. The Briton will be out in the McLaren again ... ...

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Norris made his grand prix weekend debut at Spa on Friday, driving Fernando Alonso's MCL33 and outpacing the sister car of Stoffel Vandoorne. McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran said Norris, in the running for the second McLaren seat for '19, will get another outing at Monza next week. "He did a great job," said de Ferran. "One thing he has is great adaptability to new situations, I've ... ...

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With McLaren assessing its options for Carlos Sainz's teammate after Fernando Alonso's exit next year, its reserve driver Norris made his grand prix weekend debut in Friday morning practice in Belgium. That put him out on track at the same time as under-pressure McLaren incumbent Vandoorne, as Norris was given Alonso's car. Vandoorne was last in the session, two places and 0.086 seconds ... ...

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The Formula 2 frontrunner will replace Fernando Alonso in FP1 at Spa. After recently driving for McLaren in the post-Hungarian Grand Prix test, it is understood that Norris' latest runs are part of an ongoing evaluation about his potential to step up to a race seat with the team in 2019. McLaren's star driver Alonso will not race in Formula 1 after this season, having announced his decision ... ...

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The Formula 2 frontrunner will replace Fernando Alonso in FP1 at Spa. After recently driving for McLaren in the post-Hungarian Grand Prix test, it is understood that Norris' latest runs are part of an ongoing evaluation about his potential to step up to a race seat with the team in 2019. McLaren's star driver Alonso will not race in Formula 1 after this season, having announced his decision ... ...

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