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We are three rounds in to the 2019 Formula 1 season, and already certain drivers are catching the eye.
Taking a hard hit from Daniil Kvyat on the opening lap of the Chinese Grand Prix, Lando Norris feared his McLaren would be flipped over.
Daniil Kvyat says he “totally disagrees” with his drive-through penalty after he collided with both McLaren’s at the Chinese GP.
McLaren are “back to reality”, according to Carlos Sainz, after both he and Lando Norris were eliminated from Q2 in China.
Carlos Sainz remains confident despite back-to-back retirements in the opening rounds of 2019 due to the pace McLaren are showing.
Lando Norris claims that the team “took a couple of steps back to try and move forward” after a strong start to 2019.
Kimi Raikkonen believes the new aerodynamic rules have made it easier to follow cars, but overtaking is still a challenge.
Lando Norris secured a stunning P6 finish in the Bahrain Grand Prix, a result which he hopes will send McLaren in the right direction.
McLaren got both cars into Q3 in Bahrain, something which Carlos Sainz says is “unthinkable” after their 2018 form.
Lando Norris and Romain Grosjean have put the blame for their Bahrain qualifying incident firmly on the shoulders of Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel has been cleared by the stewards after allegedly driving too slowly in qualifying, but Romain Grosjean wasn’t so fortunate.
Lando Norris has urged fans not to expect a Q3 showing from McLaren in Bahrain despite the rookie managing just that in his debut race weekend.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has defended rookie Lando Norris after he slipped down the order in Melbourne.
A disappointed Lando Norris feels he let McLaren down by failing to score a single point in the Australian GP as he battled to pass Antonio Giovinazzi.
Lando Norris was arguably the star of qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix, taking his McLaren car to P8 on the grid.
McLaren have the dubious honour of being the first team fined this season, handing a 5,000 Euro fine for the unsafe release of Lando Norris during FP3 in Melbourne.
Fernando Alonso is impressed with McLaren’s new driver line-up as he begins his ambassador role with the team.
Lando Norris is desperate to make his final testing session in the MCL34 count ahead of the season-opener in Melbourne.
Lando Norris has revealed that there is an early air of confidence at McLaren after another productive day of testing.
McLaren’s teenage sensation Lando Norris claims he will not seek help from Lewis Hamilton ahead of his Formula 1 debut.
New McLaren driver Carlos Sainz described it as “love at first sight” when the team revealed their 2019 challenger.
Max Verstappen and Lando Norris will put their usual team colours to side as they become team-mates for iRacing’s Bathurst 12 Hour.
With the superlative rookie season of Charles Leclerc still fresh in the memory, attention now turns to the class of 2019…
McLaren insist they won’t be undue pressure on Lando Norris with Zak Brown saying it is up to McLaren to take responsibility for the team’s recovery.
Dutch driver Nyck de Vries is eager to “take revenge” in F2 this season after failing to make the long-awaited step up to Formula 1.
With five titles to his name, Lewis Hamilton may be the one to emulate when it comes to F1’s British rookies, however, Jackie Stewart says they must remember some “luck” was involved.
McLaren have fired up their 2019 challenger, the MCL34, two weeks prior to pre-season testing.
Lando Norris acknowledges that while he wants to “thrash” Carlos Sainz, that is “very unlikely to happen” given his team-mate’s wealth of F1 experience.
Lando Norris believes losing out on last year’s Formula 2 championship title made him a “better driver” ahead of his first year in Formula 1.