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McLaren's next Norris takes landmark win with Brown watching

Article To news overview © XPB Images Ugo Ugochukwu, one of McLaren's brightest young racing stars, has secured his first Formula 4 win, with boss Zak Brown there to see it happen. The 15-year-old American-Nigerian racer has enjoyed a fine start to his rookie British F4 season after making the step up from go-karts over the winter. Having taken pole position on his debut, the youngster scored a podium at Donington Park as he embarked on a run of results that saw him place higher than any other rookie in five of the first six races. But now he is a race winner after taking the chequered flag first in the third and final race of the British F4 weekend at Brands Hatch. Ugochukwu following...
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