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Seidl: McLaren must not get complacent in battle for fourth

McLaren is currently in pole position for the most improved Formula 1 team over the last six months. They're leading the fight for the 'best of the rest' position in the Formula 1 constructors' championship, with Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris regularly scoring points. But boss Andreas Seidl doesn't want complacency to slip in.  “We’ve had some positive results in the last few races, but we know there is no room for complacency if we want to keep moving forward and there are always improvements to be made," Seidl said.  The British Grand Prix yielded another eight points for the Woking-based team, again beating rivals Renault. Seidl is well aware of how close the...
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