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13 November 1999 (21)
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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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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The McLaren driver had been on a fast lap in Q1 at Barcelona, but came across a gaggle of cars in the final chicane sequence.<br>Mazepin in the Haas elected to stay ahead of him, and cost Norris a vital few tenths on the run to the line – which meant that the young Briton had to burn another set of tyres to run again so he could guarantee he got through to Q2.<br>Not having that extra set of ...

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Following a really strong start to the 2021 campaign, which has included a podium finish at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Norris is currently sitting in third place in the drivers’ standings behind Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.<br>But while McLaren does not appear to have a car that is capable of regularly beating the pace-setting Mercedes and Red Bull teams, Seidl thinks that Norris’ ...

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Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko spoke out after qualifying at Portimao in suggesting that there could have been an ulterior motive to Norris being told on team radio not to do Verstappen any favours.<br>Speaking to Austrian channel Servus TV, Marko said Red Bull had noted the radio message – and hinted at it being a ploy by McLaren to help boost engine partner Mercedes.<br>Looking at ...

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The Briton, who finished on the podium at Imola a fortnight ago, was eighth in the morning session and 12th in the afternoon on a day when the wind and low grip track surface caused some headaches.<br>But judging by the balance struggles he faced over the course of his running, Norris said that the team would need to make a big step forward overnight if it was going to get into the top ten on ...

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Norris was the quicker of the two McLaren drivers over the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix weekend but started behind Ricciardo after his best qualifying time was deleted for exceeding track limits.<br>During the opening stages, Ricciardo and Norris were running line astern in fifth and sixth when Norris informed his team over the radio that he still had pace in hand but was unable to use it behind his ...

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Verstappen was preparing to take the pack back up to racing speed after the Emilia Romagna event had been suspended to clear up the wreckage from George Russell and Valtteri Bottas crashing heavily, when the Red Bull driver lost control at the final corners.<br>He speared left over the kerbs of the first Rivazza turn, appearing to briefly put all four wheels across the white line at the track's ...

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Norris took his second F1 podium with McLaren after battling from seventh on the grid to third, holding off Ferrari's Charles Leclerc behind F1's leading duo Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.<br>While Norris benefited from Sergio Perez' spin behind the safety car and McLaren team orders to release him past teammate Daniel Ricciardo, the British driver was good value for his podium.<br>Norris ...

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Norris had been in third place for the restart on lap 35, after the race was red-flagged following a clash between George Russell and Valtteri Bottas, tucked in behind leader Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.<br>After Verstappen had nearly spun at the restart, it meant Leclerc didn’t find a useful tow behind the Red Bull driver and, coupled with excessive wheelspin starting on ...

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Norris was on course to take third place on the grid for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, which would have been his best-ever qualifying result in F1, but saw his fastest lap time deleted due to exceeding track limits at Turn 9.<br>That transgression relegated Norris from third to seventh in Q3, behind teammate Daniel Ricciardo, and prompted Norris to be very self-critical.<br>Speaking straight ...

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Norris had already been rapid with a third-fastest time in Q1 and second place in Q2 and looked set to record his best ever qualifying result in a tightly contested Q3 shootout.<br>The Briton set a time which would have been good for third on the grid, behind polesitter Lewis Hamilton while splitting the Red Bulls of Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen, but saw his fastest laptime deleted due ...

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The final practice session took place in cold and slowly climbing temperatures, which meant many drivers set their best times on their second or even third qualifying simulation efforts with a set run.<br>There were also several incidents and brief red flag, and a cascade of times deleted for various track limits offences as the drivers built up to the limit ahead of qualifying.<br>Most teams ...

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McLaren was able to retain its position as the midfield leader from 2020 during the opening race weekend in Bahrain last month as Norris finished fourth, only trailing Mercedes and Red Bull cars.<br>But Friday's practice running at Imola saw Ferrari take a big step forward compared to its showing in Bahrain as Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished both sessions in the top six.<br>Sainz ended ...

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McLaren finished third in last year's constructors' championship and the Woking outfit is tipped to confirm its status as best of the rest behind Red Bull and Mercedes in 2021.<br>While McLaren drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Norris qualified sixth and seventh respectively in Bahrain, behind a Ferrari and an AlphaTauri, Norris worked his way up to fourth as the highest finisher not driving for one of ...

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Norris was narrowly outqualified by Ricciardo on Saturday, before passing the Australian on his way from seventh to fourth during one of his strongest races so far.<br>Norris' performance drew praise from McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl, who saw evidence across the Bahrain weekend that Norris "made the next step" as a driver.<br>"It's something we ought to expect from a young driver ...

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Norris started the 2021 F1 season opener in seventh, one spot behind his new McLaren team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, but drove a measured race to finish fourth which included bold overtakes on Ricciardo and Pierre Gasly.<br>Starting his third season as a Formula 1 driver, team boss Seidl believes Norris has put the lessons he learned in the past to good use, hailing his "very controlled" race.<br>"I ...

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The Briton ended the more representative second free practice session at Sakhir in second spot, just 0.095 seconds behind pace setting Max Verstappen, while in the hotter morning session Norris had been third fastest.<br>But despite the encouraging form that has come off the back of a promising pre-season testing weekend, Norris dismissed talk that McLaren appeared to be in the mix with Red Bull ...

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In the only practice session that takes place in similar times and temperatures to qualifying and the race, Verstappen's best time of 1m30.847s was 0.547s quicker than the lap he completed to top FP1 on Friday afternoon.<br>In the second 60-minute session of the day, the field was quickly on track, with Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi setting the initial benchmark at 1m32.495s on the hard compound ...

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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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