McLaren are running Oscar Piastri in their 2021 Formula 1 car at the Circuit de Catalunya this week as they prepare him for his world championship debut.
McLaren will give rookie Oscar Piastri more tests in the new year as they aim to ensure his first race in Bahrain “doesn’t actually feel like the first race for him.”
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says missing out on fourth in the constructors’ standings cannot be pinned solely on Daniel Ricciardo’s performance.
The Brazilian Grand Prix was a “big disappointment” for McLaren and a blow to their hopes of finishing fourth in the championship.
Formula 1 team bosses expect the black-and-orange flag to be used less often in future following the dispute which arose at the United States Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and other drivers kept racing at full speed after the chequered flag in the Japanese Grand Prix as their teams were unsure if the race was over.
The FIA’s decision to postpone the start of the Singapore Grand Prix and its delayed call to activate DRS in the rain-hit race have been supported.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl said the team will take a close look at why its drivers are finding it difficult to perform consistently strong starts.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says the team were “quite impressed” by IndyCar driver Colton Herta after he completed a two-day test with them this week.
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McLaren have seen clear signs of progress with their car since their last performance update, says team principal Andreas Seidl.
Andreas Seidl praised Lando Norris’s “fighting spirit” after he finished eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix while battling tonsillitis.
Formula 1’s new race director has won praise for the new discipline he’s brought to the series in a role he will share during 2022.
The compromises McLaren made to address its braking problem in pre-season testing are not the only cause of its uncompetitive start to the season, according to team principal Andreas Seidl.
Lando Norris’s new contract to drive for McLaren over the next four seasons gives both sides complete assurance they are committed to each other, says team principal Andreas Seidl.
Lando Norris should stick to his instincts and not over-think any potential interaction with the championship rivals in today’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, says his team principal.
Formula 1 drivers want changes to the Jeddah Corniche Circuit to lessen its dangers after the first race weekend on the track was marred by incidents.
McLaren’s Andreas Seidl has “a lot of hope” Formula 1 will eventually be able to get rid of DRS if next season’s technical regulations produce closer racing.