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British
13 November 1999 (22)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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6 (8.2%)
1 (2021 Sochi Autodrom) (1.4%)
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2nd (2021 Italian Grand Prix)
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382 (5.2 points per race avg)
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31 (0.6%)
4 (5.5%)
7 (9.6%)
2019 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Hungarian 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,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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1 2021 Russian Grand Prix round 15 McLaren

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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2022 Daniel Ricciardo
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Norris qualified fourth in Budapest, having started ahead of Russell at the last race in France. His McLaren teammate Daniel Ricciardo is ninth on the grid.
“It was a very good lap, not perfect,” he said. “I had a big, big snap out of turn five. But I didn't think anything that I could have done, even if was a perfect lap, would have moved me up any higher positions.
“I think George ...

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The McLaren driver shadowed Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc by just 0.217 seconds in FP2 at the Hungaroring, having also ended FP1 inside the top five in fourth.
This follows a week on from a French GP weekend in which Norris was 1.1s off pole in fifth and finished the race 52s adrift in seventh.
But despite the strong start to his Hungary weekend, Norris says this can largely be attributed to ...

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The Monegasque sat pretty by 0.2s over his McLaren chaser, with Sainz the same interval again back in third place.
But both Scuderia cars ran ahead of Max Verstappen, the Dutch champion enduring a difficult afternoon as he was comparatively off the pace and complaining of car oscillations.
Leclerc led the way thanks to his earlier qualifying simulation, which might take on greater ...

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Norris had qualifed fifth with the upgraded car, but after a bad start he lost out to both George Russell and Fernando Alonso.
He gained a place when Charles Leclerc crashed, but later lost out to Carlos Sainz and finished down in sevent.
TV pictures showed Norris noticing the stray aero part after alighting from his car, before examining it and placing it in the cockpit.
His McLaren team ...

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The McLaren driver was only ninth in FP3, behind even the Williams of Alex Albon, and thus did not enter qualifying expecting to be fighting near the sharp end.
However, in a display of impressive consistency, he was fifth in all three segments of qualifying, ending up between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell on the final grid.
"Very surprised, actually,” said Norris of the outcome. “I ...

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Norris ran the new aero parts in second practice in France, while Daniel Ricciardo used them all day, allowing the team to conduct a back-to-back comparison in FP1.
The latest raft of upgrades include a tweaked sidepod shape and floor design, along with alterations to the rear wing endplate and brake ducts.
Norris admitted it took him some time to adjust after his MCL36 was changed between ...

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So far in 2022 Russell has logged three third places with Mercedes, with his only non-finish coming in his home race.
He has scored 128 points, 19 more than teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Norris says that Russell has had to take a more serious approach at Mercedes compared to his three years at Williams, when he was very much seen as the underdog and the environment was less pressured.
"I think ...

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The experiment was the first in the sport since 2000, when a camera was used on the Arrows of Pedro de la Rosa at the Belgian GP.
On that occasion it was mounted above the pedals, and to the side, with the movement of de la Rosa’s feet in clear view.
At Silverstone, in contrast, the camera was in the bottom of the footwell next to the steering column, pointing at the underside of the ...

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Ricciardo has had a difficult 2022 season so far, and he has made the top 10 only twice. The Australian has scored 15 points in 10 races, while Norris has logged 58.
Norris admits that the car has characteristics that make it difficult to drive and require a special technique.
"I can understand on some points," Norris said when asked if he could relate to Ricciardo's struggles. "Because I do ...

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Norris has a good record at the Red Bull Ring, finishing third and fifth in the two 2020 events, before repeating the same combination of results last year.
The team's 2022 car has been notoriously draggy, hurting its top speed, but at the British GP McLaren introduced a low-drag rear wing, which could potentially also be useful in Austria.
Norris hopes that the team will be able to achieve ...

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Sainz set the pace courtesy of his 1m28.942s effort in the first representative dry running of the weekend to sit pretty by a little over a tenth ahead of Hamilton and Norris.
Meanwhile, defending champion Max Verstappen ran fourth quickest to pip his Ferrari title rival Charles Leclerc.
After the changeable conditions of the first practice session left only 10 drivers to set a time, the ...

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F1 has not installed a camera in the footwell of a car since the Belgian Grand Prix in 2000 when it was placed in the Arrows of Pedro de la Rosa, but the technology has roots dating back to 1993, when it was used on Ukyo Katayama's Tyrrell.
As part of F1's continued evaluation of new broadcast technology and techniques, first practice at Silverstone on Friday will see pedal cam return, fitted ...

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F1 overhauled its technical regulations for the 2022 season in a bid to make it easier for cars to follow each other and battle wheel-to-wheel, improving the on-track spectacle.
One of the major changes was the return of ground effect, making use of venturi tunnels underneath the chassis to allow the cars to reach higher speeds through fast corners by generating more downforce.
McLaren ...

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After a power unit issue resigned Norris to 14th place in qualifying on Saturday, he dropped back to 18th when McLaren double-stacked its cars in the pits. A slow stop for Daniel Ricciardo forced Norris to wait behind his teammate, before his car was then initially fitted with the wrong tyres when he was eventually serviced.
Norris could only recover to 15th at the chequered flag, having also ...

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The two drivers started on different strategies, with Norris on the medium tyre, and Ricciardo behind him on the hard.
Ricciardo had decent pace behind Norris in the first part of the race, and just prior to the latter's pitstop he obeyed an instruction to wait behind when he had a chance to pass.
Later, Ricciardo gained by being able to make his stop under a VSC, which allowed him to jump ...

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Norris and Hamilton both escaped sanction after being summoned by the stewards for allegedly driving unnecessarily slowly.
Norris insisted that the dramatic end to Q1 in Baku, when there was 2m30s left on the clock and 15 drivers raced out of the pits in an attempt to beat the chequered flag and get a lap in, was a more dangerous situation.
The stewards summoned Hamilton and Norris after ...

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Since the team's troubled first event of 2022 in Bahrain, where both McLaren drivers finished outside the top 10, Norris has scored points in every race apart from Miami, where he had a collision with Pierre Gasly.
Norris says that the car has been good at most circuits, although he still has some concerns about particular types of corners and some upcoming circuits where the current car’s ...

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Following Norris' first stop for intermediate tyres, he made a second for hard-compound slicks but was overtaken by George Russell in the latter instance as the Mercedes driver stopped a lap earlier.
After the red flag for Mick Schumacher's crash, Norris resumed the race with the same hard tyres still fitted, a choice also made by Ferrari. However, many others went for new mediums ...

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Norris came out of the pits on slicks in front of Russell and moved onto the racing line, obliging the Mercedes driver to jink to the right and pass him on the way up the hill to Casino.
The moved decided fifth place in favour of Russell, who had qualified just behind Norris.
However, at the time, TV viewers knew nothing of the pass, as Russell had been in front anyway prior to the stop ...

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Norris said that if he had been feeling 100% fit and had not made mistakes on his lap, he might have qualified even higher.
Speaking at length for the first time about his recent illness, Norris made it clear just how tough the Spanish GP weekend was for him as he battled to an eighth-place finish.
"It's been a long week, just because of suffering the amount I did last week with the ...

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Norris revealed on Saturday in Spain that he was struggling with illness, which was later confirmed to be tonsillitis by McLaren after seeing the Briton finish eighth on Sunday.
Norris had clearly been struggling on the grid ahead of the race in the extreme heat, and gave minimal radio calls during the race. He was then excused from his media duties after the chequered flag in order to ...

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Norris had looked unwell all weekend and said on Saturday that he had been "suffering with my throat and my eyes and seeing", saying it was something other than COVID-19.
On the grid before Sunday's race, Norris continued to look out of sorts, but once the visor went down the Briton produced a solid race to finish eighth, with teammate Daniel Ricciardo down in 12th.
After a sweltering race ...

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In the circumstances, Norris was pleased to have made the top 10 in Q2 for the Spanish GP before a track limits penalty cost him the laptime that would have put him eighth in the session, leaving him stranded instead in 11th place.
Norris was subsequently able to view the FIA's footage of his costly run wide at Turn 12.
He accepted the decision given the current focus of the new race ...

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Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz crashed at the exit of Turn 13 during second practice for the Miami Grand Prix last Friday, leaving him struggling with neck pain through the rest of the weekend after hitting the concrete wall.
Sainz raised the incident in the drivers’ briefing on Friday and suggested a Tecpro barrier be placed at the corner, only for no action to be taken.
Esteban Ocon then ...

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McLaren has seen its form fluctuate in the early part of the 2022 season, going from failing to compete for points in Bahrain to scoring a podium through Norris at Imola.
Last weekend’s Miami Grand Prix saw Norris retire after a collision with AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly, while teammate Daniel Ricciardo could only finish 13th after struggling on the hard compound tyre.
Norris said after ...

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