"Sorry for Albon"

Norris on his Thai friend who lost the wheel at Red Bull: "You can be terrific, win your whole life and then stay out."

"Sorry-for-Albon"

Lando Norris debuted his McLaren MCL35M last Tuesday with a dozen laps of the Silverstone circuit during his team's filming day. The 21-year-old Briton will play his third season in F1. He changed his partner, Ricciardo for Sainz, and in a talk with the media he commented on his impressions: "I had never spoken with Carlos until we met in Woking. With Daniel it is a little different, although there was no other relationship apart from the wheels of press and grill ".

The Englishman overcame COVID-19 while on vacation in Dubai: "I've been fine. Fortunately for me it was only a few days. Then I was tired for a couple of weeks, but afterwards I almost fully recovered. I did what I could in my room and then at home, I returned to normal with the bike and the rest of the training that I do regularly. I am very well, thanks.In addition, he remembered one of his friends on the grid, Alex Albon, who was left without a steering wheel in winter because Red Bull signed Sergio Pérez. "I'm a friend of Alex, although I haven't talked to him so much about what happened. I'm sorry, it's difficult, because it's tough. F1 is tough. You can be a great driver and beat almost everyone your whole life, but F1 can be a cruel world and you may be over as soon as you start. I'm sure you can try to come back in the future though.

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