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'It's great that the British Grand Prix will see a full-capacity crowd' – Mclaren's Andreas Seidl

The Mclaren F1 Team go into the British Grand Prix in excellent form after both drivers ended the triple-header in impressive style, especially Lando Norris who claimed another podium to his slowly growing collection. The team will be doing all they can to repeat this feat this weekend in front of their home-crowd.
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