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Norris and Sainz take pay cuts as McLaren place staff on furlough

Formula 1 stars Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris have volunteered to take pay cuts alongside McLaren's decision to furlough staff in light of the coronavirus crisis. McLaren has become the first of F1's seven UK-based teams to accept the government's furlough scheme. Article continues under video A significant number of the Woking-based organisation's 850-strong workforce will take temporary unpaid leave from next week, albeit retaining their job. The government will then pay 80% of the salaries of those employees, up to a maximum of £2,500 per month until such time as they return to work. Those employees not furloughed have all agreed to take pay cuts, and include drivers Sainz and Norris,...
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