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While neither driver could claim victory in Team Redline’s latest Esports battle, Max Verstappen and Lando Norris put on quite the show.
Championship leader Max Verstappen claimed back-to-back wins in the Redline’s Real Racers Never Quit series at the virtual Catalunya circuit while Lando Norris disconnected.
Another day, another virtual race where Lando Norris found himself at the centre of some chaos – this time involved in a race incident with Max Verstappen.
Lando Norris has announced that he plans to sport a different helmet design for every race of the 2020 season.
F1 may be on hold for the foreseeable future, but that hasn’t stopped racing stars from around the world turning to Esports.
Lando Norris believes Max Verstappen is “more of a racer” than Lewis Hamilton because of the Dutchman’s ability to perform “amazing overtakes”.
Punches and air high-fives, McLaren’s Lando Norris must avoid the handshakes as part of his anti-coronavirus strategy.
McLaren’s MCL35 may have a few “obvious” weaknesses but Lando Norris is hoping the team can resolve some of those before taking to the track in Melbourne.
Lando Norris spent his first day in the McLaren MCL35 in Spain on Thursday and declard that it was “not too different to last year” at least in terms of handling.
Lando Norris is prioritising races over qualifying when it comes to targeting a main area of improvement for the 2020 season.
McLaren have launched their 2020 challenger, MCL35, and it’s now being put through its paces on the track.
Lando Norris says he will make some changes to his use of social media after negative feedback he received last year.
Crediting his easy relationship with Carlos Sainz was one of the reasons for his stellar debut season, Lando Norris hopes the bromance remains “fun”.
With a little less pomp but definitely with ceremony, McLaren has unveiled its MCL35 to the world at the team’s Technology Centre.
McLaren’s Lando Norris is thankfully no longer “pooping” himself as he heads into his second season of Formula 1.
Convinced Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris can be race winners, Andreas Seidl says it is up to McLaren to give them a car that allows them to prove this to the world.
McLaren’s Lando Norris says he feels “more relaxed” and “not so nervous” now he knows what to expect in his second season of F1 in 2020.
No longer a rookie on the F1 grid, Lando Norris says he is feeling “more confident” ahead of the 2020 campaign.
McLaren’s Lando Norris certainly has introduced fans to a whole new world of social media in F1, and he feel it’s very important to do.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown said he knew Lando Norris was ready to drive for the team after his first FP1 outing.
Lando Norris has revealed just how strong Valentino Rossi’s influence is on his career, saying the Italian “inspired” him to be who he is today.
Lando Norris believes McLaren’s P4 finish in 2019 was made possible by his strong relationship with team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Lando Norris has revealed the areas he is working on over winter in order to come back a more improved driver for the 2020 season.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has described Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris as “magic”, believing they can both be future World Champions.
McLaren’s Lando Norris feel that at times in his rookie F1 season he joked about too much and wasn’t serious when he needed to be.
Lando Norris says that Carlos Sainz has been like a mentor to him in the Briton’s rookie season on the grid.
Lando Norris missed out on a good number of points in his rookie year due to factors out of his control, but he won’t let the frustration linger into 2020.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris built his way up to becoming a “complete driver” in the second half of 2019.
McLaren’s Lando Norris believes the team helped their own cause in 2019 by not “overhyping” their season before it began.
The 2019 season presented us with three rookie drivers, and one almost rookie, and it’s safe to say the standard they brought was high.