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Norris says McLaren's pace is "better than anyone apart from the top three"

Lando Norris believes that McLaren had the pace to be the fourth fastest team in China but were not able to show this due to both drivers incident with Daniil Kvyat. Norris was forced to retire and Sainz limped to a finish in 14th place and ultimatley McLaren will be disappointed.  "Seeing Carlos's pace, as he didn't have that much damage, it looked very good - better than the Renaults, better than pretty much anyone apart from the top three," Norris told Autosport. "There was a lot of potential, which kind of makes it even worse that we had the result that we did, but we just need to move on to Baku." "On Friday we were quite reasonable. We just didn't take a...
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