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Lando Norris ‘annoyed' after ‘silly accident' with Pierre Gasly in Miami

It was a Miami Grand Prix to forget for McLaren, with Daniel Ricciardo finishing outside the points in thirteenth and with Lando Norris retiring. The British driver had been struggling during the inaugural race in Miami and was sitting in fourteenth place on lap 41, when suddenly he found himself spinning and with only three wheels on his MCL36. On the exit of Turn 7, Norris was hit on his rear-right tyre by Pierre Gasly, sending him spinning initially before coming to a stop alongside the wall. The AlphaTauri driver ran extremely wide at the corner, before re-joining onto the racing line without realising the McLaren driver was alongside. Gasly was quick to blame not Norris but Fernando...
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