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British
13 November 1999 (21)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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3rd (2020 Austrian Grand Prix)
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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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2019, 2020,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2019 Carlos Sainz
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2020 Carlos Sainz
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Norris and Albon both graduated from F2 at the end of the 2018 season, making their F1 debuts with McLaren and Toro Rosso respectively.<br>Albon was promoted to Red Bull’s senior F1 squad just 12 races into the 2019 season, but was dropped at the end of last year following a difficult season that saw him struggle to match teammate Max Verstappen’s form.<br>Albon has taken up the role of ...

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After spending his first two years in F1 racing alongside Carlos Sainz, Norris will now partner Ricciardo at McLaren in 2021 following the Australian’s arrival from Renault.<br>Ricciardo has joined McLaren on a three-year deal, and is set to offer a boost to the British squad by bringing experience from a race-winning operation at Red Bull, where he scored seven wins between 2014 and ...

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Norris announced in early January that he had tested positive for COVID-19 while taking a holiday in Dubai ahead of a planned training camp, forcing him to complete a 10-day self-isolation before he could return home to the UK.<br>It made Norris the fourth F1 driver to contract COVID-19, following positive test results for Sergio Perez, Lance Stroll, and Lewis Hamilton through the 2020 season ...

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Following Carlos Sainz's switch to Ferrari in place of four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, McLaren moved quickly to sign Ricciardo from Renault on a two-year deal.<br>Ricciardo had been subject to interest from McLaren prior to his decision to leave Red Bull for Renault in 2018. The Australian took seven grand prix victories with Red Bull across his five-year stint with the team.<br>2021 ...

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Following Hamilton's record-breaking 92nd grand prix victory in Portugal last October, immediately after the race Norris said that the Mercedes driver was "in a car which should win every race" and "has to beat one or two other drivers, that's it".<br>Norris apologised for the comments in the days after the race, saying he had been "careless" and never meant to cause any offence towards Hamilton ...

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McLaren announced in September 2019 that it would be switching to Mercedes power units, rekindling their famed partnership that yielded three world titles between 1995 and 2014.<br>McLaren spent three seasons using Renault engines after ending an acrimonious period with Honda at the end of 2017. The deal with Mercedes will run until at least the 2024 season.<br>Although McLaren has been forced to ...

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Norris caught attention throughout his junior career for his humorous and entertaining posts on social media, and continued the approach through his rookie F1 campaign in 2019.<br>But the McLaren driver said following his debut season that he wanted to be less jokey in his second year, believing there were areas he could focus on more.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Norris feels he was "too jokey" at ...

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Norris made his F1 debut in 2019 alongside Sainz at McLaren as part of an all-new line-up at the British squad, with the pair combining to finish give the team fourth place in the constructors' championship.<br>Norris and Sainz both finished on the podium through 2020 as McLaren rose to third in the teams' standings, marking a successful final year for the duo ahead of Sainz's move to Ferrari for ...

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Norris is heading in to this third season with McLaren in 2021, and delivered his first podium for the team at last year's season opener in Austria.<br>But while having made clear progress on track from his rookie campaign, it is the young Briton's off-track attitude that McLaren has been equally impressed with<br>Andrea Stella, McLaren's head of race operations, says that Norris' approach stands ...

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Norris is currently in the United Arab Emirates on holiday ahead of a planned training camp, but after recognising some symptoms, underwent a test for COVID-19 on Monday.<br>McLaren confirmed in a statement that Norris had tested positive, and would now be self-isolating for the next two weeks.<br>"McLaren can confirm that Lando Norris tested positive for COVID-19 yesterday in Dubai, where he is ...

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Norris built on an impressive rookie season in 2019 by almost doubling his points tally this year, as well as scoring his maiden F1 podium at the Austrian Grand Prix.<br>Off-track, Norris helped raise money for charity during lockdown through his gaming livestreams, and helped further the discussion surrounding mental health in motorsport as part of McLaren’s partnership with the ...

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Stella hopes that Norris and new arrival Daniel Ricciardo will also form a fruitful partnership, although he says inevitably it won't be the same and will need to be managed differently.<br>Sainz and Norris were team mates for two seasons in 2018 and 2019, and they quickly formed a bond, despite a difference in age and experience. They helped the Woking team move up from sixth to fourth and then ...

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Norris qualified fourth for McLaren at the Yas Marina circuit on Saturday, finishing just 0.251 seconds off Max Verstappen's pole position time.<br>Norris was aided by a fresh Renault power unit in his McLaren car that was fitted for the last race in Sakhir, with most of the grid using engines that are nearing the end of their lives.<br>Asked by Motorsport.com about his qualifying display and how ...

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Norris qualified a lowly 15th on Saturday at the Bahrain International Circuit after mistiming his final lap in Q2, with the gains made by other drivers shuffling him to the bottom of the order.<br>It left McLaren weighing up a potential change to Norris’s Renault power unit in order to gain fresh parts ahead of the race and the season finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend.<br>FIA F1 technical ...

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The Briton elected to go early for his first effort in Q2, but ended up aborting that lap when he felt that he had already lost too much time in the first sequence of corners.<br>For his second run, he failed to nail it through the same bends and could not put a representative lap time in – ending up 15th on the grid.<br>“Q1 run one was alright,” he said. “One mistake ...

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In the wake of Sergio Perez's late race retirement that left his flaming car at the side of the circuit, a fire marshal ran across the track right in front of Norris' car.<br>Norris came on the team radio and exclaimed his surprise at what happened.<br>"There's a guy f***ing running across the track.. that's the bravest guy I've ever seen," said the young Briton.<br>With F1 well aware of the ...

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The Englishman started from 14th place in Istanbul after taking a five-place grid penalty hit for not respecting flags in qualifying.<br>He got away badly on the wet track after bogging down with an anti-stall issue that saw him drop almost to the back on the first lap, although he gained places from incidents involving Esteban Ocon and Valtteri Bottas.<br>He then put in a storming drive to climb ...

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The recent resurfacing of the circuit has left F1 drivers battling against tricky conditions all weekend, with cars sliding around a lot in both the dry and the wet.<br>And with the surface having had no chance to rubber in thanks to the rain that affected Saturday’s running, things are expected to be just as difficult in the race.<br>Norris fears, however, that the lack of grip is so bad ...

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As the stewards picked their way through the various incidents in a messy qualifying that included two red flags and an hour-long Q1 session, pole-man Stroll came into the spotlight for a possible yellow flag infringement.<br>TV footage showed that Stroll's teammate, Sergio Perez, had spun ahead of him on track during his fastest Q3 lap, resulting in a yellow flag being waved at Turn 7. Stroll was ...

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A recent resurfacing of the circuit had not had time to properly cure ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix and has left F1 drivers struggling for grip in both the dry and wet conditions.<br>With the cars lapping around eight seconds per lap slower than expected in the dry, Saturday's wet action turned into a battle for teams to get their tyres into the right operating window.<br>The strange nature of ...

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Norris initially qualified 11th for McLaren at Istanbul Park on Saturday, but was summoned to see the stewards after the session over a yellow flag infringement.<br>A number of drivers had their laps reviewed for making improvements despite yellow flags being shown at Turn 8 following a spin for Williams driver Nicholas Latifi.<br>The stewards said in a bulletin on Saturday evening that Norris had ...

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The run from the Imola grid to the first braking area is one of the longest of the season, but is made trickier by a track that curves to the left and is relatively narrow.<br>Both McLaren drivers made spectacular progress in the tricky conditions at the start of last weekend’s Portuguese GP, with both men gaining four places on the first lap. At Imola Norris starts from ninth, a place ahead of ...

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Norris wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that he had "been stupid and careless with some things I've said lately in media and interviews, and haven't shown the respect I should have to certain people", regarding comments he made after last weekend's race at Portimao, where Hamilton clinched a record-breaking 92nd F1 win.<br>Ahead of this weekend's Emilia Romagna GP at Imola, Norris explained that his ...

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Norris hit out at Stroll following their clash early in Sunday's race at Portimao that left the McLaren driver with damage, ending his hopes of scoring points.<br>It came following a similar incident between Stroll and Max Verstappen during practice, prompting Norris to say after the race: "He obviously didn't learn from Friday, but he doesn't seem to learn with anything he does.<br>"It happens a ...

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Norris had run as high as third for McLaren in the opening stages of Sunday's race at Portimao, and was in contention for a points finish prior to his collision with Stroll on lap 18 of the race.<br>Stroll looked to pass Norris around the outside at Turn 1 despite being out wide on the kerb, and turned into the McLaren driver on the inside, resulting in contact.<br>It left Norris with damage that ...

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