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Lando Norris, F1 driver

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British
13 November 1999 (23)
Masahiro Hasemi (13 November 1945)

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6 (6.8%)
1 ( Russian Grand Prix) (1.1%)
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2nd (2021 Italian Grand Prix)
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88
81
428 (4.9 points per race avg)
5478
31 (0.6%)
5 (5.7%)
8 (9.1%)
2019 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi 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,

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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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McLaren failed to win at the start of the second ground-effects F1 era last year, with Norris achieving a sole team podium in the Emilia Romagna GP.
The struggles with its MCL36 left the Woking outfit to take its first major competitive backwards step since the start of its Andreas Seidl-led recovery plan.
From scoring third in the 2020 constructors’ ...

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The Briton renewed his relationship with the Woking squad twice in quick succession. He agreed one contract extension in May 2021 before inking another on revised terms in February of last year. 
Provisionally, that means he will remain with McLaren - which finished fifth behind Alpine in the constructors’ championship last season - until the end of 2025. 
But Red Bull team boss ...

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After two seasons where McLaren has enjoyed a relaxed atmosphere between Norris and Daniel Ricciardo, the arrival of Piastri looks set to deliver a very different dynamic at the team.
Piastri is at a very different stage in his career compared to Ricciardo, and will want to make a name for himself after being at the centre of a tug-of-war battle between McLaren and Alpine over his services for ...

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McLaren slipped from fourth to fifth after being outscored by Alpine, which produced a less reliable but still faster car, and the Woking team wasn't helped by Daniel Ricciardo's well-documented struggles.
Norris acknowledged McLaren's car wasn't good enough to do much more than it did and says P5 is where the team belongs. "Yeah, it's where we deserve to be ...

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The incident happened on the first flying lap after a safety car period triggered by a clash between Kevin Magnussen and Daniel Ricciardo just after the original start. Norris had passed Leclerc, who was on medium tyres, off the line.
At the safety car restart, Leclerc was trying to re-pass Norris on the outside of Turn 6 when he was tipped into a spin by the McLaren driver.
Leclerc struck ...

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The McLaren driver also suggested the FIA should use more ex-F1 drivers as stewards in order to increase the overall level of understanding of incidents.
Norris tipped Leclerc into a spin at Turn 6 when the Ferrari driver tried to go around the outside of him. Leclerc hit the barrier with the nose of his car, but was able to get back the pits and resume the race after fitting a replacement. He ...

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The McLaren driver missed Thursday activities at the track after experiencing a bout of food poisoning. He took part in qualifying and Friday practice, but felt unwell after the Saturday sprint.
He was given the all-clear for Sunday's race, but he conceded that he was in some ways "lucky" to have retired with an electrical issue on the 51st lap of the 71-lap event, having started to struggle ...

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Norris stayed away from the track on Thursday after experiencing a bout of food poisoning, and the team had Nyck de Vries waiting on standby.
However, Norris was able to drive on Friday and took an encouraging fourth place in qualifying.
In Saturday's sprint, he slipped back to seventh, but he achieved the team's target of losing out only to the cars of the top three teams while also ...

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Ahead of the United Sates Grand Prix, Norris revealed in an interview with German publication Auto Motor und Sport that he had spoken to Red Bull ahead of signing his latest McLaren deal.
Back in February, Norris put pen to paper on a new long-term contract with McLaren that will keep him with the team until at least the end of the 2025 season, making it one of the longest-standing driver ...

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Ricciardo went from medium to soft tyres and had sufficient pace to not only charge up to seventh place, but also negate a 10-second penalty for contact with Yuki Tsunoda.
In contrast Norris, who stopped earlier, joined several others in going from the medium to the hard, only to find it was lacking performance. He finished ninth, some 16.5 seconds behind Ricciardo on the road, having been ...

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Norris has said several times in recent races that he believes Alpine has made heavy weather of the fight that his McLaren squad and its closest rival are having over fourth place in the constructors' championship.
The Briton reckons that considering the pace that Alpine has shown with its A522 car this season, it should have wrapped things up long ago.
Speaking at the Japanese GP, where ...

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Having started from the pitlane, Gasly collected a piece of advertising hoarding that flew off a barrier when Sainz crashed on the first lap, and was forced to pit for a new nose.
A red flag then came out, and Gasly ? running on his own ? was shocked when he passed close to a tractor that had ventured out on track.
The incident was not shown on TV at the time, but a video of it quickly ...

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Verstappen was under investigation from the stewards after a near-miss with Norris at 130R as both drivers came to prepare for their opening laps in the final stage of qualifying.
Norris was forced to take to the grass to avoid hitting Verstappen, who was slowing and warming his tyres when he appeared to momentarily lose control just as the McLaren went to pass.
Norris said he expected ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen scored his fifth pole position of the 2022 season at Suzuka on Saturday, edging out Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc by one-hundredth of a second in Q3.
But Verstappen is due to meet with the stewards after qualifying over the incident with Norris ahead of the opening runs in Q3 approaching 130R.
Verstappen was going slowly and weaving to try and warm his tyres before ...

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McLaren finished third in the constructors? championship in Norris?s second season with the team in 2020, before slipping to fourth last year.
The team is currently again fourth and battling with close rivals Alpine. However it is set to score far fewer points than last year: Norris has scored 100 points thus far this year, and looks unlikely to match his personal 2022 total of ...

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However, he acknowledged that the big update package brought by the team this weekend had worked well and done what it was supposed to do, while admitting that it was never expected to generate a dramatic gain in lap time.
Norris struggled in the earlier wet parts of qualifying on intermediate tyres, scraping through Q1 in 15th and then getting out of Q2 in ninth. However, on slicks ...

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Following grid penalties for various competitors, Norris started third on the grid, but his bid to run in clear air was nipped in the bud by a poor getaway off the line, which was down to an incorrect setting beyond his control.
Norris then got stuck in the DRS train behind teammate Daniel Ricciardo and decided to extend his first stint on mediums. That looked to work perfectly and get him back ...

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McLaren proved more competitive this weekend and a spate of grid penalties has afforded its drivers a second row start, with Norris taking third on the grid ahead of Ricciardo.
The scenario is reminiscent of last year's running, when Ricciardo and Norris scored a sensational 1-2 for the team.
But with McLaren's gap to the frontrunners much bigger than last year, Norris doesn't think he and ...

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While the two teams had been locked in a tight fight for the best-of-the-rest fourth spot behind Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes for much of the campaign, over recent races it is Alpine that has stretched its legs to edge clear.
An aggressive development push with its A522 has helped Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon extend its advantage to 24 points, and now it appears favourite to keep its spot ...

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Last season Daniel Ricciardo led Norris home in an unexpected 1-2 finish, helped by the Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton colliding and taking each other out of the race.
However, when asked by Motorsport.com if there was any evidence that this year?s car could repeat that sort of form, Norris made it clear that he expects a very different scenario.
?Sadly, not a lot,? he said. ?I ...

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Ricciardo and McLaren will part ways at the end of the 2022 season after two years together during which the Italian Grand Prix winner has largely failed to meet expectations.
Both during the struggles and in response to the announcement of Ricciardo's forthcoming exit, Norris has expressed a lack of a sympathy for the Australian given the decision from McLaren was based on a string of ...

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The two teams have been locked in a tight fight for the best-of-the-rest tag behind Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes this season.
But in recent races, Alpine's aggressive development push has allowed it to unleash more pace on track and pull clear in the points battle. It now holds a 20-point advantage and appears to have the fastest car.
Despite the momentum appearing to shift towards Alpine ...

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McLaren endured one of its most difficult weekends of the 2022 season at Spa, with Norris finishing 12th and his teammate Daniel Ricciardo a few seconds behind him in 15th.
Both men were part of a train of cars that became stuck behind the Williams of Alex Albon, which was extremely fast on the straight.
Norris stressed that the effectiveness of the car's DRS relative to others was a key ...

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Norris insists that this year?s machine initially didn?t suit him either, and he has had to change his driving style in order to perform at a high level.
He said that he had tried to assist Ricciardo by sharing information, but stressed that ultimately it was not his responsibility to help his teammate get up to speed.
Asked if he had any sympathy for Ricciardo?s situation given how ...

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McLaren announced on Wednesday that it had come to an agreement for Ricciardo to leave at the end of this season, a year before the scheduled end of his contract.
While acknowledging that performance on track was the deciding factor in the decision to part company with the 33-year-old, Brown made it clear that Ricciardo had been a "positive influence" in several ways.
"I think there's a lot ...

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