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Lando Norris makes shocking admission about McLaren's pace

McLaren’s Lando Norris believes that his team are a little adrift of Mercedes and Alfa Romeo after a disappointing weekend for the Woking side in Miami. Norris qualified eighth last weekend, six positions ahead of Daniel Ricciardo who suffered a start-up problem ahead of his second run in Q2, ruining his chances of setting a competitive lap at the end of the session. A slow stop for the 22-year-old then sent him out of the top 10, and McLaren’s woes were compounded when Pierre Gasly, having suffered damage as a result of a hit from Fernando Alonso, re-joined the circuit and wiped the Briton out of the race. READ: Horner reveals how close Perez came to retiring from Miami GP Ricciardo...
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