Andreas Seidl

McLaren take radical step as they copy Haas’ 2022 upgrade strategy

McLaren have decided to cease development on their 2022 car to focus on next season, when evolution under the new technical regulations will be vital. Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo have scored points a combined nine times in nine races and, on three occasions, they have walked away from the race with no points to

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McLaren apologise to Ricciardo and Norris

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl was left ruing a weekend in Montreal where nothing went his team’s way. Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo looked relatively strong during Friday practice, but issues began to ensue during a wet qualifying session. Ricciardo seemed to have a pace advantage over his team-mate in slippery conditions, but Norris was

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Seidl slams Brown for Ricciardo criticism as they confirm contract situation

Daniel Ricciardo’s future at the McLaren F1 Team has been one of the most talked about topics so far this season, following Zak Brown’s negative comments about the Australian driver. Ricciardo has struggled yet again this season; the 32-year-old currently has 11 points to his name after seven rounds. Lando Norris on the other hand

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McLaren boss blames Ricciardo’s struggles on Norris

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl affirms that a combination of a lack of comfort with the car and an exquisite team-mate in Lando Norris is the reason that Daniel Ricciardo is not performing as expected currently. Ricciardo has scored points 15 times in 29 races since his arrival last year, and he has been out-qualified

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McLaren unhappy after Ricciardo ‘simply struggled’

After a promising Saturday, it was a Sunday to forget for Daniel Ricciardo at the Spanish Grand Prix, after a “really, really sad race” for the McLaren F1 driver. Ricciardo finished the race at what was a scorching hot Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in twelfth, despite having qualified in ninth. To add to the Australian’s woes,

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Daniel Ricciardo looking to bounce back after having ‘no fight’

Daniel Ricciardo suffered a miserable Spanish Grand Prix, after what was a promising Saturday afternoon at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The Australian, who started ninth, finished the race in twelfth place behind his ill team-mate. The McLaren F1 Team brought a number of upgrades to the Spanish venue, which all worked as expected according to

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