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Norris: 'Honda and Ferrari batteries maybe stronger than Mercedes'

Lando Norris thinks that Honda and Ferrari have stronger power unit batteries than Mercedes. The young Briton drives his McLaren car with power units from the German manufacturer and although he is very happy with the performance, he does state that there is still room for development. "In terms of engine power, we have made a big step in 2021," Norris states to AS. Speaking to the Spanish newspaper, the current world championship number four states that McLaren are faster than last season especially on the straights. Read more Weather forecast Silverstone: high temperatures and lots of sun He continues: "However, Ferrari and Honda have also produced strong engines and with...
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