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Brake issues hurt McLaren in Canada

McLaren failed to score points with either car in Canada McLaren ended the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix outside of the points after its drivers were forced to nurse their cars to the flag. Daniel Ricciardo ran 10th in the closing stages but quickly fell back following a late Safety Car for Yuki Tsunoda. Unable to match the pace of Guanyu Zhou ahead following the restart, the Australian then fell victim to Lance Stroll, who stole away that last points-paying place inside the final 10 laps. “Both cars, towards the end of the race, we had to manage some parameters, the brakes, and therefore it was not possible for Daniel to keep up the pace of the attack,” team boss Andreas Seidl...
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