‘It Just Zapped Me’: Ricciardo Reveals He Suffered From Hay Fever At Silverstone

After a slow start to the 2021 season with McLaren, Daniel Riccardo had a “better weekend” at last weekend’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone.    The Australian has struggled to keep up with team-mate Lando Norris throughout the season, previously stating that he was “past the point of being frustrated.” READ: Marko Comments On Possibility Of


Lando Norris Unhurt But Shaken After Watch Stolen At Euro 2020 Final

British racing driver Lando Norris has been left “shaken” after his watch was stolen at the Euro 2020 final at Wembley on Sunday, the McLaren F1 team has said in a statement. The incident, which is now being investigated by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), occurred as Norris was getting into his car. READ: Mercedes


Horner Confident Ricciardo Will Overcome McLaren Struggles

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said he is confident that Daniel Ricciardo will overcome the current struggles he is having at McLaren and show the F1 paddock that he is still a “great driver.” Ricciardo raced with Red Bull after coming up through their junior programme, but he decided to leave the team

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‘It Was Hard Racing’: Horner Thinks Norris Penalty Was A Mistake

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said he doesn’t have a “major problem” with Lando Norris’ defensive move against Sergio Perez in the early phase of Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix. Perez was battling Norris for P2, but the Mexican lost several places after being pushed wide into the gravel trap by the young Brit

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