Lando Norris says he was encouraged by McLaren’s pace in practice but admitted he struggled with handling around the Suzuka circuit.
World Endurance Championship title holder and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Ryo Hirakawa has joined McLaren’s driver development programme.
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George Russell and Max Verstappen believe the performance of McLaren’s updated car could make Lando Norris one of the contenders this weekend.
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McLaren has agreed a two-year contract extension with Oscar Piastri which will keep the rookie at the team until the end of the 2026 season.
McLaren team principal Andrea Stella has confirmed Pato O’Ward will test for the team again during and after the 2023 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Lando Norris says he came close to crashing out on the final lap of the Singapore Grand Prix when he struck the same wall as George Russell.
McLaren and AlphaTauri brought major upgrades this weekend, but all the teams bar Haas have something new on their cars.
McLaren hope to repeat the huge leap forward they made with their car earlier this year with another significant update for the MCL60 at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lando Norris will run McLaren’s only set of upgrades on its car this weekend. Oscar Piastri is due to run them in Japan next week.
McLaren have revealed an updated livery for their MCL60 that will be used for the East Asian leg of the 2023 Formula 1 season.
In an exclusive interview with RaceFans, Lando Norris discusses the highs and lows of being an F1 driver and why he’d love to win with McLaren.
McLaren will bring a follow-up to their highly successful Austrian Grand Prix update over the coming races.
McLaren’s drivers will be reminded they should never make contact with each other after the pair touched during today’s Italian Grand Prix.
Lando Norris says changes made to Formula 1 cars in recent years have contributed to the severe back pain he started to suffer from last season.
Most teams have tweaked their cars to improve their straight-line speed at Monza, but McLaren have worked especially hard to improve their car’s efficiency.
Lando Norris says McLaren have reviewed their “mistakes” from Zandvoort after he was left out on slick tyres on a wet track at the start.
Lando Norris said McLaren’s decision not to pit him when rain fell early in the Dutch Grand Prix was the latest example of the team getting a strategy call wrong.
Alex Palou’s decision not to honour his contract to join McLaren next year ‘has nothing to do with the team per se’ says CEO Zak Brown.