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13 November 1999 (20)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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2019 Australian 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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Speaking at Autosport International, Norris opens up about how hard he works and addresses whether people have the wrong impression of him being too relaxed over a race weekend. He also mentions the nervous moments and excitement he had in the run up to his first race.<br>Norris talks at length about his friendship with team-mate Carlos Sainz Jr and how hard they push each other and work together ...

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The young Briton was supposed to be showing fans around the inside of the McLaren Technology Centre on a live YouTube feed, and gatecrashed a meeting that was discussing the launch of the MCL35.<br>The get-together was taking place in front of a screen showing a graphic of a papaya orange car, with the words 'Confidential'.<br>Speaking to the staff involved in the meeting, Norris asked about the ...

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Norris's debut year included standout performances in Bahrain and Austria, where he topped F1's midfield in sixth position, but ultimately his campaign was marred by bad luck and he finished 47 points adrift of his standout teammate Carlos Sainz, the latter sixth in the championship while Norris took 11th .<br>The key areas to improve, according to Norris, are in his driving and in learning more ...

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Norris impressed in his first F1 season, although his points total of 49 and 11th place in the championship doesn't reflect how closely he ran his teammate Carlos Sainz, who was 47 points ahead in sixth.<br>Norris and Sainz have shaken up F1 with their bond off the track, while Norris's social media presence in particular has led to a huge fanbase early in his career.<br>It has also given F1 a ...

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Norris has enjoyed success before at the Autosport Awards, winning the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award in 2016, and securing National Driver of the Year honours in ‘17. He stepped up to F1 this year after a sole year in Formula 2, in which he finished runner-up while also carrying out FP1 duties with McLaren at numerous races.<br>The 20-year-old vindicated McLaren’s belief in him by showcasing ...

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Running in seventh place, as the best of the midfield cars, Norris came under pressure from Racing Point's Perez in the final laps of the season finale, with the Mexican on much fresher tyres of the same hard compound.<br>And though Norris managed to keep him at bay until the final lap, Perez ultimately got the move done around the outside of the Turn 11 left-hander after the second long ...

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Norris set the seventh fastest time in qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, two positions ahead of Sainz, to end the year with the advantage over his teammate in terms of who has started ahead the most.<br>But Sainz has downplayed the significance of that tally, especially because there have been occasions – like the last race in Brazil – where he has not been able to properly qualify ...

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Norris let a charging Sainz through during the race, and when thanked for this by the team on the radio post-race he replied: "I don't do it out of choice, I do it because I am [expletive] slow."<br>Sainz went on to take the chequered flag in fourth place, which became third when Lewis Hamilton was penalised post-race – marking Sainz's first podium in F1 and McLaren's first since ...

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McLaren is on course for a comfortable fourth-place finish in the constructors’ championship and top-scored amongst the midfield teams at half of the races so far in 2019.<br>It has also had the fourth-fastest car with an average qualifying advantage over fifth-fastest Renault that, in percentage terms, covers the next four teams.<br>However, Norris believes that in qualifying McLaren “just ...

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Albon had sent it down the inside of Norris's McLaren from a long way back into the final chicane on the fourth lap, colliding with his fellow rookie and forcing him off the track.<br>Speaking after the race, Norris - who by that point in the race had his brakes compromised by debris from Charles Leclerc's Ferrari - gave credit to Albon for what he reckoned was a fair maneuver, a reaction that ...

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Albon dropped behind both McLarens after a poor start and re-passed Norris with an aggressive move into the final chicane that made Norris go off-track to avoid a collision but still resulted in minor wheel-to-wheel contact.<br>Norris said after the race that Albon, who he has graduated from Formula 2 with this year, “kind of forced me off” but said it was hard racing and that he held no ...

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Red Bull driver Albon dropped behind both McLarens on the opening lap and on lap four launched a move on Norris into the chicane from a long way back. <br>Norris took evasive action as Albon appeared on his inside at the apex of the corner, the two cars touched and Norris lost two more places as he skated across the run-off. <br>Immediately after the race Norris was unaware the two had touched ...

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Norris had been seventh after the opening runs in the final stage of qualifying at the Marina Bay track – and had finished sixth in both Q1 and Q2 – before he was shuffled down the order by Renault pair Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Singapore GP: Leclerc beats Hamilton to pole by 0.191s<br><br><br>The 19-year-old said that a compromised warm-up lap ahead of his ...

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Villeneuve told Belgian channel RTBF, in the wake of Anthoine Hubert's fatal crash in the Spa F2 race, that he believed the increased use of simulators had left young drivers fearless about the consequences of accidents.<br>"Instead of letting the young drivers test, they sit for a week in the race simulator," said Villeneuve. "When they get to the racetrack, they behave as if they're still in the ...

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Sainz suffered a loss of power before the Belgian Grand Prix had even started and he managed just one lap before retiring.<br>Teammate Norris ran fifth for almost the entire race only to retire just as he started the last lap, having also been hit with a loss of power.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>McLaren wants 'transparency' on Renault engine issues<br><br><br>Norris will switch to a new engine at ...

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Norris has been open about growing up as a Valentino Rossi fan, and wanted to pay tribute to the seven-time MotoGP champion in Italy.<br>The helmet and specially-made Alpinestars boots feature Rossi's trademark sun logo and the blue and dayglo colours that he has carried in recent years.<br>Asked by Motorsport.com about the decision to run Rossi's colours, Norris said: "I've always loved doing my ...

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Hubert lost his life in a Formula 2 crash at Spa last Saturday that also left another driver, Juan Manuel Correa, with severe injuries.<br>The accident took place one day before the Belgian Grand Prix and some drivers were visibly distressed, notably Hubert’s childhood friends Pierre Gasly and race winner Charles Leclerc.<br>Norris said: “It shook me in quite a big way because I think even us ...

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F1 rookie Norris is a prolific simracer and has a strong online presence, and he revealed during a live stream on Sunday night he had a boot on his left leg.<br>Motorsport.com understands this is a precautionary measure after Norris suffered mild inflammation of a tendon in his left foot after running.<br>The boot will allow him to rest his foot properly ahead of this weekend's race at ...

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Norris stepped up to F1 after finishing second in Formula 2 last year, forming an all-new driver line-up for McLaren alongside Carlos Sainz. <br>He qualified eighth on his debut and scored points on his second start by finishing sixth in Bahrain, and has admitted to feeling more “relaxed” about what is expected of him as time has passed. <br>Asked by Motorsport.com how impressive the size of ...

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Norris had looked on course to follow teammate Carlos Sainz home at the Hungaroring, with a potential fifth and sixth-place finish on the cards.<br>But it all went wrong during Norris' only pitstop when a problem changing his left rear wheel cost valuable seconds that allowed other cars to get the jump on him.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Hungarian GP: Hamilton defeats Verstappen in tense duel<br>Red ...

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Norris was forced to retire after suffering a loss of power from the combustion engine immediately after a pitstop.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Norris gets grid penalty after battery problems<br>"Bitter" Sainz backs McLaren strategy despite lost podium shot<br><br><br>However, the subsequent investigation has determined that cause was an issue not with the power unit itself but with an ancillary ...

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The young Briton was knocked out in Q1 at Hockenheim on Saturday thanks to a problem with his battery pack that the team estimated cost him one tenth of a second. He had been due to start 16th.<br>But with the team concluding that the battery pack needed replacing, it has also elected to fit a new MGU-K and Control Electronics as well.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>McLaren blames battery issue for ...

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After a recent run of strong qualifying performance, Norris endured a more frustrating time at Hockenheim as he failed to make it past the first knock-out phase. He will line up 16th on the grid.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Norris feels he let McLaren down with Q1 exit<br><br><br>While Norris initially blamed himself for the performance, it has subsequently emerged that the British driver was ...

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Norris will start tomorrow's race from 16th on the grid after he was eliminated from Q1 following a late improvement for Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi.<br>It meant the McLaren driver missed out on a Q2 berth by just 0.055s slower than the 15th-placed Toro Rosso of Daniil Kvyat.<br><br>Latest from Hockenheim:<br><br>German GP: Hamilton on pole as Ferrari implodes<br>Verstappen laments impact of ...

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McLaren currently lies fourth in the world championship, having regularly won the “best of the rest” midfield battle in recent races.<br>And Brown believes it is not just the improved MCL34 but strong performances from the two drivers that have given McLaren an edge over its nearest rivals.<br>“We’re very happy with both our drivers, they’re both very quick they get along very well, they ...

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