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Lando Norris Demands Perfection from McLaren After Missing Out on Canadian Grand Prix Win



Lando Norris Demands Perfection From Mclaren After Missing Out On Canadian Grand Prix Win

In a post-race analysis that left no room for ambiguity, Lando Norris expressed outright disappointment with McLaren‘s performance at the Canadian Grand Prix, asserting that they had missed a shot at victory by not executing a critical pit-stop decision swiftly enough.

Norris, who had briefly taken the lead in a thrilling race marked by changing weather conditions, firmly stated that settling for second place was no longer acceptable for himself or the McLaren team, emphasizing the necessity for higher standards.

Despite showcasing the McLaren’s formidable pace and even managing to overtake Max Verstappen on the track, Norris underscored the imperative for race strategy to match the car’s speed, especially following a pivotal safety car phase that saw him drop from first to third position.

The British driver, having secured his maiden Formula 1 victory at the Miami GP due to a fortunate safety car intervention, made it clear that the team’s misstep in Montreal was a matter of error rather than mere chance.

Reflecting on the race, Norris stated, ‘We should have won today. We are on the level now where we are not satisfied with a second, the target is to win and we didn’t do that.’

With the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona on the horizon, Norris anticipates stiffer competition with Mercedes showing improved form, potentially joining the intense battle among Ferrari, Red Bull, and McLaren at the top.

Noteworthy proper nouns in this news article include Lando Norris, McLaren, Canadian Grand Prix, Miami GP, Max Verstappen, George Russell, Oscar Piastri, Lewis Hamilton, Logan Sargeant, Charles Leclerc, Spanish Grand Prix, Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull, and Barcelona.

Rachel Adams

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