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McLaren’s Lando Norris admits the team made a wrong strategy call after he finished outside the points at the British GP.
Failing to make it out of Q2, Carlos Sainz says he knew from the start of his flying lap that something wasn’t right and from there it “snowballed into a disaster”.
Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo was left pleasantly surprised after he qualified P7 for the British Grand Prix, ahead of both McLaren’s.
One of the best partnerships on the 2019 grid, Carlos Sainz says he is “enjoying” life as Lando Norris’ McLaren team-mate.
Lando Norris took Johnny Herbert on a joy around around the Silverstone track in a McLaren supercar with the end result a repair bill for the rookie racer.
With reports claiming Fernando Alonso has made himself available to Red Bull, Zak Brown says he would be happy to the see the former McLaren driver return to the grid with a rival team.
Christian Horner, Claire Williams and Zak Brown where joined by Honda’s Toyoharu Tanabe and Renault’s Marcin Budkowski for Friday’s press conference at Silverstone.
Announcing their 2020 driver line up, McLaren say the early announcement was put out to quash any interest in their drivers from “unhappy” rivals.
Confirmed by McLaren for next season, Lando Norris insists Tuesday’s rather early driver announcement won’t have an impact on his performances out on track.
Well, that’s that settled. McLaren have announced that Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz will retain their places as part of the team’s 2020 line-up.
McLaren principal Andreas Seidl believes the budget cap is the “only way” McLaren can compete with the top three again.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl believes the new wind tunnel is an “absolute must” for the Woking outfit.
McLaren’s Lando Norris believes the skills that people develop through e-sports is becoming increasingly transferable to real racing.
Alfa Romeo principal Frédéric Vasseur hopes a series of upcoming updates will help the team catch and compete with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso has taken to Twitter to mock reports that he and McLaren have ended their partnership.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl believes the team need to be more “risky” as they look to continue their Formula 1 recovery.
Daniel Ricciardo may be driving for the works team at Renault, but he believes customer team McLaren now set the standard in the midfield.
We are currently witnessing a McLaren resurgence in Formula 1, but has it all really come out of the blue?
Indianapolis can expect to see Fernando Alonso back at the Brickyard next year, or the year after, as he is adamant he’ll keep trying until he bags the Triple Crown.
F1 drivers and teams should stop complaining about the recent penalties, after all the stewards are only enforcing the rules that they wanted says McLaren boss Andreas Seidl.
Pat Fry, the man in charge of designing this year’s McLaren MCL34, is leaving the team with immediate effect.
He has said it before and he’ll say it again, Fernando Alonso is “not” missing F1, saying racing in other series has forced him to “rise to a level I didn’t have before.”
Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz may be driving the McLaren, however, team boss Andreas Seidl says Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne deserve credit for the team’s improved results.
Facing a back-of-the-grid start due to penalties, Carlos Sainz says he was “a bit rude” to McLaren in Austria but apologised prior to racing.
Racing wheel-to-wheel with F1’s World Champions and race winners, Lando Norris hopes Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix battles are a sign of things to come.
Watching as Honda claimed a first race win since returning to F1, McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl refused to comment on whether there is any regret over the end of that partnership.
F1 may have put on a great show in Austria but Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says the teams missed a trick when they voted not to revert to the 2018 Pirelli tyres.
McLaren’s Lando Norris, who proved a pest for many of the front-runners, is rightfully delighted with his P6 finish at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz has said he is left with a “very sour” taste after his one-lap pace for McLaren in Austria is going to count for very little.
The FIA have confirmed Carlos Sainz’s Austrian Grand Prix penalty with the McLaren driver starting from the back of the grid after taking on Renault’s updated engine.