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Lando Norris, F1 driver

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British
13 November 1999 (24)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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13 (10.9%)
1 ( Russian Grand Prix) (0.8%)
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2nd
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119
105
643 (5.4 points per race avg)
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61 (0.8%)
1 (0.8%)
10 (8.4%)
2019 Australian Grand Prix
2024 Bahrain 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, 2022, 2023,

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1 2021 Russian Grand Prix round 15 McLaren

teams & teammates Lando Norris

season teammate
2019 Carlos Sainz
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2020 Carlos Sainz
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2021 Daniel Ricciardo
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2022 Daniel Ricciardo
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2023 Oscar Piastri
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Having been in the mix in qualifying in the chasing pack behind the dominant Red Bull of Max Verstappen, Norris finished sixth and team-mate Oscar Piastri eighth following a race-long fight with Mercedes duo George Russell and Lewis Hamilton.Read Also:


Formula 1F1 Bahrain GP: Verstappen takes crushing victory in Red Bull 1-2


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McLaren has struggled in the past two editions of the Bahrain Grand Prix following reliability issues in 2022 testing, and a late switch in car philosophy that ensured it was behind in development over 2023.This year has started more favourably with McLaren expected to be in a similar position to where it left off last season, although team principal Andrea Stella explained during testing that the ...

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Sporting a bold, new design for its RB20, F1's dominant force Red Bull impressed at Sakhir with its consistently-rapid long runs.Ferrari also caught the eye with a much more balanced and stable SF-24, which appears to have gone some way towards addressing its 2023 race pace struggles, while Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz also delivered the headline lap times.Read Also:


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Norris has committed his future to McLaren with what is being described only as a “multi-year” deal, which supersedes an existing contract that expired at the end of 2025.The announcement from McLaren arrived less than a week before the shock news broke of Hamilton having decided to depart Mercedes at the end of the year to join Ferrari.Read Also:


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On the first of three testing days ahead of next week's season opener at the same venue, Verstappen finished over a second clear of the competition after completing a mammoth 142 laps aboard his new Red Bull RB20.The three-time world champion set the pace in the morning session and stayed on board for the remainder of the day, reclaiming the lead from McLaren's Lando Norris around the halfway mark ...

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Last year Norris enjoyed his best season to date with McLaren, taking seven podiums to finish sixth in the drivers' standings, a single point behind Fernando Alonso and Charles Leclerc.But the self-critical Briton also slated himself for several qualifying mistakes in Q3 which cost him dearly, most notably in Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Brazil. He was also frustrated with himself after being eliminated ...

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The team launched its new car at Silverstone on Wednesday with no media presence and only issued pictures that appeared to disguise aerodynamic details.Read Also:


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Asked why the team was being so cautious, Lando Norris said it was simply a case of protecting its IP for as long as possible.“Because we ...

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The shock news emerged on Thursday that Hamilton will join Ferrari for 2025. This comes only a week after Ferrari re-signed Leclerc, and McLaren retained Norris on "multi-year" extensions.While Hamilton's move underlines that F1 driver contracts may contain exit clauses, Mercedes team boss Wolff appears to have poured cold water on the prospect of going after Leclerc and Norris - both of whom were ...

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Norris announced last week that he had committed his long-term future to McLaren, with a new contract that takes him beyond the 2026 season.Speaking about the reasons for sticking to his current squad, the British driver explained that he felt there was no better place for him to achieve his target of the world title.Although he has yet to deliver a victory for McLaren, his team boss has no doubts ...

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Loyalty is laudable but absolutely no guarantee of success in Formula 1. Lando Norris wants to, and has shown the potential to, win world titles. So, his signing a contract extension to stay put at McLaren is not primarily borne out of a feeling that he needs to repay any kind of debt to a team that recruited him as a junior driver in 2017 and afforded him his top flight break two years later ...

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The Briton has just signed a new contract extension at McLaren, keeping him at the Woking-based squad until 2027 at the earliest, which he hopes will put him on the path to achieve his world title dream.But while McLaren has made` rapid progress with its car to emerge as a challenger to Red Bull last year, Norris is cautious about expecting too much in the short term.And he thinks that while ...

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The twin confirmations of extended deals for Charles Leclerc at Ferrari and Lando Norris at McLaren may not be much of a surprise, and are perhaps less exciting than if either driver was moving elsewhere.Nevertheless, they are also important statements by both the teams and the drivers, who are making very public displays of faith in each other.Read Also:


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The Briton has just announced a new deal that will keep him at McLaren beyond the 2026 season, although the exact length of his contract has not been revealed.The early move to extend his contract, which originally ran until the end of 2025, came amid what was understood to be serious interest from several teams including Ferrari and Red Bull.But while Norris did not deny that there had been talks ...

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The Briton’s previous deal with McLaren, signed back in 2022, ran out at the end of 2025 and he would have been an obvious long-term target for teams like Red Bull and Audi.  But in an effort to pre-empt any attempts from rivals to lure him away, McLaren has moved to get Norris committed for the long term. Although the team has not specified the length of the contract, it is likely to run for ...

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The forthcoming Daytona 24 Hours features a plethora of ex-F1 stars who have all made the transition to endurance racing.  Jenson Button, Felipe Massa and Romain Grosjean are just a few names in this year’s 24-hour race, which takes place at the prestigious Daytona Speedway as part of America’s IMSA SportsCar Championship on the 27-28 January.  However, it is far from the first time F1 ...

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Quadrant, which was launched by Norris, his management company ADD and the Veloce media concern in November 2020, says it has closed “a seven-figure investment round to fuel its growth ambitions.”The brand has its own clothing line, produces social media content, and is involved in gaming and esports.Norris’s new business partner Lenney, better known as WillNE, has a total of over seven ...

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Off the back of his most successful season in F1, Norris has strengthened his status as the Woking-based squad's lead driver, having scored more than twice as many points as rookie team-mate Oscar Piastri and achieved seven podium finishes – more than in his first four campaigns combined.Yet, a feeling of unfinished business still predominates for team principal Andrea Stella, who feels the best ...

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Norris currently has a contract to race with McLaren – where he has competed ever since he entered F1 as a rookie back in 2019 – until the end of the 2025 campaign.But as uncertainty over Sergio Perez’s position as Max Verstappen’s team-mate at Red Bull continues given Perez’s poor pace and race showing against the world champion, speculation remains that the team could make an audacious ...

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McLaren missed its winter development targets and failed to score a point in the opening two rounds of the 2023 season. This came as rookie Piastri acclimatised to life in the championship.Piastri settled and found his form while the MCL60 was heavily upgraded. He then ultimately beat Norris to winning his first F1 race - with Piastri scoring victory in the Qatar Grand Prix sprint event.That ...

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The McLaren driver gets on well with Verstappen and, amid the surge that his squad enjoyed over the second half of last season, found himself sometimes battling for position with his Red Bull rival.But the way that he has sometimes appeared to make passes easy for Verstappen, rather than be ultra tough with his defence, prompted some observers to question his approach. And in particular, having ...

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Norris finished sixth in the 2023 drivers’ standings, marking his joint best championship finish in his F1 career, with a personal best of seven podiums.But it was his McLaren team-mate Oscar Piastri who took one of only two non-Red Bull wins from 28 possible chances, after the Australian won in the Qatar Grand Prix sprint from world champion Max Verstappen.Norris felt there he “should have ...

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After winning the 2021 Italian Grand Prix – where Norris was second behind then team-mate Daniel Ricciardo – and finishing fourth in the constructors’ championship that year after being third in 2020 following considerable rebuilding effort, McLaren slipped back to fifth in 2022.Its slide initially continued into 2023, where Norris and new team-mate Oscar Piastri struggled to get the MCL60 ...

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That was the year Norris made his F1 debut with McLaren, with which he has remained after signing two contract extensions in 2021 and 2022.Although the papaya team had a tough start to the season just gone, its development work helped it go from battling to escape Q1 to regularly being Red Bull’s closest challenger – all of which contributed to Norris scoring a personal best seven podium ...

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Despite a one-off clash in the Italian Grand Prix, Norris and Piastri enjoyed a harmonious relationship in 2023, with Norris the de facto team leader in his fifth year with the Woking squad while Piastri came in as a rookie. The scoreline reflected their different experience levels, with Norris scoring over double the number of points of the Australian as well as seven podiums compared to two ...

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Stella was formerly a McLaren executive director but took over day-to-day running of the F1 squad following the winter departure of team principal Andreas Seidl to Sauber.Seidl remains highly rated in the paddock, but Stella gained plaudits throughout 2023 for overhauling the McLaren technical structure, which paved the way for an aggressive run of upgrades that turned the MCL60 into a car capable ...

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