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Seidl Left to Rue ‘Several Incidents’ that Compromised McLaren in Canada

The McLaren F1 Team left the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve without adding to their 2019 points tally on Sunday, with Lando Norris retiring early and Carlos Sainz Jr. finishing outside the points in eleventh. Team Principal Andreas Seidl rued several incidents that put paid to the team’s chances of securing another top ten result, with the results of others closing the gap McLaren had over them prior to the race in Canada. Just two points separates McLaren in fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship from the revitalised Renault F1 Team, who took sixth and seventh place with Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hülkenberg, while both Racing Point F1 Team and Scuderia Toro Rosso broke into the...
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