Norris: McLaren must match Ferrari's F1 ground-effects gains for 2023

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McLaren failed to win at the start of the second ground-effects F1 era last year, with Norris achieving a sole team podium in the Emilia Romagna GP.
The struggles with its MCL36 left the Woking outfit to take its first major competitive backwards step since the start of its Andreas Seidl-led recovery plan.
From scoring third in the 2020 constructors’ …Keep reading

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