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Norris took pay cut to protect McLaren staff

Lando Norris says taking a pay cut was the 'best thing' he could have done to protect the jobs of his McLaren colleagues. McLaren have become the first Formula 1 team to take financial action during the coronavirus pandemic. Both Norris and his team-mate Carlos Sainz took voluntary pay cuts, while McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown and other senior figures accepted temporary pay cuts. The McLaren Group has also placed some of its staff on a two-month furlough as part of the UK Government’s job retention scheme. Norris says voluntarily taking the pay cut was the right thing to do to protect the jobs of his McLaren colleagues. 'It's the best thing for all of us – including myself –...
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