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13 November 1999 (19)
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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 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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While McLaren's impressive progress this year has allowed it to open up a 21-points advantage over its closest rivals Renault, Norris says a particular weakness its car has in low-speed corners is something that especially needs to be sorted.<br>"I think we need to work quite a bit from Silverstone, as I don't think we were that strong altogether compared to Renault at least," explained the ...

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The F1 rookie has been one of the stars of the 2019 season since qualifying inside the top 10 on his grand prix debut in Australia.<br>Norris has started in the top 10 in eight of 10 races so far, and has beaten experienced teammate Carlos Sainz six times across the nine comparable qualifying sessions they have contested.<br>Asked by Motorsport.com what he put his strong F1 qualifying form down to ...

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Norris had looked set for another star showing at Silverstone but the team elected not to pit him during the safety car phase, with him already having made a switch to mediums a few laps beforehand.<br>The team hoped that a late stop for fresher rubber would pay off as rivals that had committed to pitting under the safety car would be struggling with older rubber by then, but that scenario did not ...

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Renault’s ‘B-Spec’ engine was first introduced by works driver Daniel Ricciardo in the French Grand Prix. Ricciardo’s teammate Nico Hulkenberg and McLaren’s Carlos Sainz Jr were then given the update for the Austrian race.<br><br>More British GP insights:<br><br>Ricciardo says ‘Pony’ Renault engine “had to be put down”<br>Ferrari has "significant" answer on cause of update ...

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Sainz joined McLaren from Renault this year on what was billed as a multi-year agreement, while Norris graduated to the Woking-based team after finishing runner-up in Formula 2 in 2018 with McLaren's support.<br>Ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix, Sainz sits seventh in the points with best finishes of sixth at both Monaco and Paul Ricard, one place ahead of rookie teammate Norris.<br>Their ...

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After lining up fifth on the grid, Norris moved up one place at the start after Max Verstappen nearly stalled, and then he muscled his way up to third when he went around the outside of Hamilton's Mercedes at the opening corner.<br>"The first lap was the best bit, I think!" said Norris, who eventually went on to finish sixth. "We've been good on starts as a team, I've just done a couple of ...

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Norris had been on course to follow teammate Carlos Sainz home to take seventh place at Paul Ricard, but began to suffer problems 20 laps from home as his car started to lose hydraulic pressure.<br>This affected a number of systems, including the DRS, the brakes, differentials and power steering as he fell back into the clutches of the cars behind.<br>He eventually was classified ninth, following ...

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Norris retired when his right rear suspension collapsed as he crossed the line at the end of his eighth lap.<br>He stopped just past the pits with a small fire visible around that area of the car after running wide at the final corner.<br>He had gone straight across the Turn 3-4 chicane earlier in the lap, an event that the team believes signalled the start of the brake issues.<br>After a detailed ...

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Norris was running in an encouraging ninth place, having just been passed by Max Verstappen, when he suffered the failure under braking for the final corner at the end of lap 8. <br>He pulled to a halt at the end of the pit straight with the wheel askew and flames visible around the right rear corner.<br>Earlier on that lap he had run wide at the chicane, which was possibly the first sign that he ...

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The pair are good friends and have teamed up on occasion to take part in online simracing events – including an assault on a Bathurst 12 Hours event over the winter.<br>Norris says beyond their gaming being a bit of fun, there have been aspects that have helped him in the real world, including getting to know better about Verstappen's driving style.<br>Speaking at an event to promote the launch ...

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Norris dropped from 12th to 14th at the start of the Monaco Grand Prix, but was left out during the early-race safety car and thus shuffled ahead of early-stoppers Daniel Ricciardo and Kevin Magnussen.<br>The Briton was subsequently instructed to go long on the medium tyre and manage his pace, which created a large gap between him and the cars ahead and eventually allowed the fellow MCL34 of Sainz ...

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Alonso and McLaren had entered this year’s Indianapolis 500 hoping to be able to challenge for victory and take a win that would secure the two-time world champion motor racing’s famed Triple Crown.<br>But the assault all went wrong when a spate of problems in testing, practice and qualifying resulted in the Spaniard being bumped off the starting grid.<br>While McLaren was deeply disappointed ...

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Stroll and Norris came together while battling for 14th position on the 45th lap of the Barcelona race, the collision putting both out on the spot and necessitating a safety car.<br>Norris had attempted a move around the outside of Stroll into the Turn 1 right-hander and remained to Stroll's left – which was now the inside line into the left-hander Turn 2 – when the Canadian began to turn in ...

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After a start to the season that has seen some dramatic fluctuations of form in the midfield, Norris is sceptical that the rapidly changing order can be explained by the difficulties some teams are having managing tyres.<br>Instead, he and McLaren believe that things are shuffling around because of the way that the 2019 car changes aimed at helping overtaking have altered how teams need to ...

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Having qualified ahead, Norris had run ahead of Sainz throughout the race.<br>In the closing stages the pair had such an advantage over the cars behind that there when the virtual safety car was deployed it was a possible to do a free pitstop that would not cost a position to another team.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Norris escaped “big hit” during closing stages in Baku<br><br><br>Norris was ...

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The Englishman survived the contact and brought his McLaren-Renault safely home in eighth place, behind team mate Carlos Sainz. It was the rookie’s second score in his first four starts, following his sixth place in Bahrain.<br>“I had a few wall hits,” Norris told Motorsport.com. “I had one three or four laps from the end, which I got pretty nervous about, because it was quite a big hit ...

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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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