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

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4 (8.3%)
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3rd
2nd (2021 Austrian Grand Prix)
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259 (5.4 points per race avg)
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2019 Australian Grand Prix
2021 British 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,

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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 scored points in every single race so far this year and only failed to finish in the top five once, including podiums at Imola, Monaco and the Red Bull Ring.<br>Fourth place at the British Grand Prix lifted Norris into third place in the standings above Red Bull's Sergio Perez. He sits five points clear of the Mexican driver, and is nine ahead of Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas in ...

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Norris was running third before the stop, but the lost time time dropped him behind the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas, and he also had to find a way past Fernando Alonso. He eventually finished fourth.<br>Soon after the stop, he was heard on the radio saying "****ing great" after he realised that he had been jumped by the Finn.<br>"I would love to have thought so, yeah," he said when asked by ...

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The F1 world championship leader's 1m27.035s set on the soft tyres gave him a comfortable advantage at the top of the times in the sole practice session before qualifying, as part of the new race weekend format with F1 running its first sprint qualifying race on Saturday.<br>Norris claimed second for McLaren, with his best lap set on the medium tyres, to leave him over seventh tenths of a second ...

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The McLaren driver was shaken up after thieves pounced on him following the Italy v England game on Sunday night.<br>The thugs, who pounced on him as he returned to his car after the match, stole his £40,000 Richard Mille watch amid the chaos surrounding Wembley stadium.<br>It was the first football game that Norris had ever attended.<br>Norris’s McLaren team issued a statement earlier this ...

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Italy prevailed in a tense penalty shootout after the game had finished 1-1 at the end of extra time.<br>British driver Norris shared pictures of himself attending the match on his personal Instagram account and posted the message “Proud of our team” on his story.<br>Upon exiting the stadium, which had earlier been infiltrated by ticketless England fans, the 21-year-old was mugged and left ...

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Hamilton and Norris fought over second place during the opening stint of last weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, following the McLaren driver’s controversial clash with Sergio Perez, which left the Red Bull driver in the gravel and Norris handed a penalty.<br>After Norris had defied Hamilton for 15 laps, the younger Briton defending harder and longer than he had against ...

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The young British driver’s sanction for forcing Sergio Perez wide at the Austrian Grand Prix means he has now totted up 10 penalty points on his licence – with a driver being banned for an event if they get to 12 points over a 12-month period.<br>Although Norris will lose two points prior to the British Grand Prix, taking him back down to eight, McLaren is not happy with the ...

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Norris was given a five-second penalty and two penalty points on his licence for being deemed to have pushed Sergio Perez off the track in the early stages of the Red Bull Ring race.<br>Those two points take his total up to 10, just two removed from the 12-point threshold which comes with an automatic one-race ban.<br>Fortunately for Norris, two of those points expire on July 10, meaning he will ...

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Norris started a career-best second on the grid in Austria on Sunday, but was hit with a five-second time penalty after the stewards adjudged that he forced Perez off-track early on.<br>Perez tried passing Norris around the outside of turn 4 on lap 4 following an early safety car period, only to be squeezed out on the exit of the corner and end up in the gravel, dropping back as a ...

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Perez tried to go around the outside of Norris at Turn 4 as they battled over second place following the early safety car restart.<br>However, Perez had no room on the exit as the McLaren stuck to the racing line, and the Mexican ran across the kerbs and through the gravel trap, dropping him down the order.<br>The stewards eventually handed Norris a five-second penalty for having forced Perez off ...

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Verstappen's advantage was so great that he had enough time to pit for a second time and put the fastest lap bonus point target out of sight for the rest, while Bottas benefitted from being allowed by Hamilton in a Mercedes team order and Norris got by too to claim a podium despite picking up a penalty for an early incident with Sergio Perez.<br>At the start, Norris got a slightly better getaway ...

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The McLaren driver will join polesitter Max Verstappen on the front row for Sunday's race at the Red Bull Ring, where he has vowed to attack the Red Bull driver if an opportunity presents itself, despite the championship leader being expected to have a significant race pace advantage following his commanding victory in last weekend's Styrian GP, where Norris was fifth.<br>Norris ended up just ...

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Norris will share the front row with Verstappen for Sunday's second 2021 race at the Red Bull Ring, after they topped qualifying, with the Red Bull driver claiming pole.<br>In last weekend's Styrian GP at the same venue, Norris opted not to defend hard against Sergio Perez and Valtteri Bottas after starting third, as he was wary of damaging his tyres and therefore falling back to the chasing ...

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Sergio Perez slotted into third, with the Mercedes drivers trailing in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve on their final Q3 laps.<br>As was the case in last weekend's Styrian GP, Verstappen set pole on his first run in the final part of qualifying – a 1m03.720s.<br>He led the pack for the final fliers but was down throughout the opening two sectors and despite setting a purple ...

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McLaren currently sits in third place in the constructors’ championship, heading Ferrari by 120 points to 108.<br>After a disastrous race in France Ferrari had a strong run in Austria last weekend, with Carlos Sainz taking sixth and Charles Leclerc recovering to seventh after a first lap pit stop.<br>Norris kept up his record of good finishes with fifth place, but Daniel Ricciardo’s failure to ...

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Norris has finished inside the top five at all but one race so far this season, scoring podium finishes at Imola and Monaco to mark his best start to an F1 campaign.<br>The 21-year-old’s efforts have helped lift McLaren to third place in the constructors’ championship ahead of Ferrari, while his points haul leaves him fourth in the drivers’ standings.<br>Ricciardo joined McLaren at the start ...

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During Sunday's French Grand Prix Norris branded Gasly “an idiot” on the McLaren team radio after the Frenchman forcefully passed him and then slid wide himself.<br>“It was hard racing, but I really enjoyed it," Gasly commented when asked about the Norris incident by Motorsport.com. "You can't expect to go around the outside and the guy not to fight.<br>“So I tried to keep it clean. It's ...

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Norris was hit with a three-place grid penalty for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after failing to enter the pit lane when a red flag was shown during Q1 on Saturday.<br>Norris also received three penalty points on his FIA super licence, taking him up to a total of eight for the 12-month period.<br>The McLaren driver was frustrated by the penalty, calling it unfair as he felt he had done the safest ...

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Norris received a three-place grid drop and three penalty points on his licence after he failed to enter the pitlane when a red flag came out during Q1.<br>Norris was on the main straight and almost at the pit entrance when the session was stopped.<br>He was heard asking the team if he should enter the pitlane, but by the time he decided to it was too late, and he passed the entrance. He completed ...

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Norris, who qualified sixth, was placed under investigation during the opening qualifying session having been due to complete a timed lap, before Antonio Giovinazzi brought out the session red flag of the session.<br>As the red flags were flown just as Norris was within touching distance of the pitlane entry, the British driver was given the call to come in, but felt it was too late to comply at ...

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In the wake of Daniel Ricciardo's struggles to adapt to the McLaren MCL35M, team principal Andreas Seidl conceded over the Monaco GP weekend that the current car needs a 'special' driving style.<br>And while Ricciardo's difficulty to deliver that has been obvious as he has been on the backfoot in the early 2021 races, teammate Norris' situation has not been so clear.<br>But despite taking podium ...

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Ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix Norris texted Sainz saying the Spaniard had a good chance to win the race, based on Ferrari's excellent low-speed corner performance.<br>Ferrari did perform strongly in the principality, with Charles Leclerc scoring pole and Sainz taking second, his first podium for the Scuderia.<br>McLaren managed to mitigate the points loss to its competitor for third in ...

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Sainz and Norris raced together at McLaren in 2019 and 2020, striking up one of the closest partnerships on the grid as they lifted the team to third place in the constructors' championship.<br>Sainz left McLaren at the end of last year to join Ferrari, but Norris had continued his impressive form, scoring two podiums so far this season.<br>McLaren rewarded Norris for his impressive form by ...

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A new rule introduced for the Monte Carlo weekend meant the FIA was fully enforcing track limits for the chicane after the tunnel.<br>Drivers would be shown a black-and-white warning flag after cutting the corner twice, while a third offence would likely result in a time penalty.<br>Norris managed to skip across the kerbs twice early on in the race, and that left him on the verge of a penalty for ...

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On Saturday Norris had qualified fifth, which became fourth on the grid when Ferrari's polesitter Charles Leclerc failed to make the start.<br>Norris chased after the remaining Ferrari of Carlos Sainz in the first stint, but then started to fade in the second stint on hard tyres.<br>Due to Valtteri Bottas retiring following a Mercedes pitstop mishap, Norris' fourth position became third, with the ...

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