Lando Norris Impresses Early At Dutch Grand Prix

Lando Norris, Mclaren Mcl36 Side On
Lando Norris, Mclaren Mcl36 Side On

Lando Norris has impressed early at the Dutch Grand Prix, finishing in P4 in both sessions.

Meanwhile, it was a difficult day for Daniel Ricciardo, who had an oil leak in FP2 that cost him time out on track.

Lando Norris

“A reasonable day. I think with the different type of track we’re a little bit more back in line with where we’ve been in general – closer to the front, back in the midfield pack. There are some positives. The car is handling reasonably well both in low fuel and high fuel. I think we’re in an okay position. It’s still close, both in front of us and behind us, but if we can squeeze a bit more out of the car overnight, into qualifying tomorrow, then we can give ourselves a good chance of scoring decent points on Sunday.”

Daniel Ricciardo

“It was nice to be back on the track, it’s a good time for sure. It was fun. Unfortunately, we lost a bit of track time due to an oil leak in FP2, however, looking at Lando’s pace, it was promising. We made a few changes for FP2 and it looks like that’s worked, so we’ll have confidence going in that direction overnight. It’s just a case of putting the lap together, which I’m confident of tomorrow. All in all, I think it was a good day for the team and we’ll just clean it up tonight.”

Andrea Stella

“Overall, we had a productive day. There were a few issues, most notably a radiator problem for Daniel, which cut short his FP2 and, as a result, he missed the high fuel run at the end of the session. That aside, the day went well. We have progressed our understanding of the tyres and set-up direction, and we seem to be in a better place than we were last weekend at Spa. We’re looking forward to qualifying and the race – but still have plenty of work to do overnight in order to be as competitive as we can be.”

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