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Norris: Happy with Thursday, but lots of work to do

McLaren driver Lando Norris has admitted he is "happy" with Thursday's practice sessions in Monaco, but also acknowledged there is still "plenty of work to be done" for the Woking-based side. Norris finished in P15 in FP1, and went three places better in the afternoon; finishing 12th. The F1 rookie was a place above his team-mate Carlos Sainz in FP2, but the Spaniard suffered an engine issue in the morning, a problem that kept him out for the majority of the session. "Overall, (it's) not a bad day, not perfect and a bit messy," Norris said on McLaren's official website. "I had a lock-up in FP1 which made me lose quite a few laps and I...
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