21 Jun 2022

McLaren has to ‘up its game’ after disastrous Montreal F1 weekend

Seidl also conceded McLaren has to find more performance as midfield rivals continue to improve their cars.

Norris started only 14th after a power unit sensor issue struck him in qualifying, obliging the team to go back to an older unit for the race, at a cost of some performance on the straights.

At the second virtual safety car the team brought Norris in and double stacked him behind team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.

Norris initially had to wait as the Australian had a slow…

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