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McLaren wins a classification in 2021 after all!

It's an old saying in motor racing: 'To finish first, you first have to finish'. Nothing is more important than the reliability of the car and, of course, the prevention of accidents. Some teams are better at that than others, it turns out. Narrow victory The German Auto, Motor und Sport did an inventory of which teams were the most reliable last season or in other words covered the most kilometers during the Grands Prix. The surprising winner of this ranking turns out to be McLaren. Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo covered a total of 2,490 laps and 12,368 kilometers. That corresponds to 96 percent of the total distance there was to drive. Only twice did a McLaren driver fail to reach the...
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