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McLaren had no warning of Sainz's tyre failure

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says that the Woking team had no warning of the "sudden death" of Carlos Sainz's left front tyre in the closing laps of the British GP.

McLaren is "financially healthy" again, insists Brown

McLaren Formula 1 team CEO Zak Brown insists that the company is back on track financially after a rocky first half of 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.

McLaren to keep aero upgrades on car after practice trial

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl says that the aero package that the Woking team trialled at Silverstone on Friday worked as intended and will stay on the cars of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris for the remainder of the weekend.

McLaren trials new aero updates at Silverstone

McLaren has brought a series of new upgrades to Silverstone to address the MCL35's "weaknesses", testing a new front wing, floor and rear wing arrangement for the British Grand Prix.

Seidl wants F1 regulations tightened to prevent more copying

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl would like Formula 1's technical regulations to be tightened to limit the extent to which teams can copy other cars.

McLaren reunites with Gulf in sponsorship deal

McLaren has announced the sponsorship partnership with the Gulf Oil brand, with will bring the company's iconic colours back to F1.

Triple-header races can't be new F1 standard, warns Seidl

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl has warned that triple-header races must not become the new standard for Formula 1’s future calendars despite their enforced frequency through 2020.

Norris: Car strip down beats watching Netflix

Lando Norris says helping his team strip down his McLaren after Formula 1 races is his preferred Sunday night wind down – and is much better than sitting in his hotel room watching Netflix.

Norris explains McLaren car strip down picture

Lando Norris says teams must do everything they can to help protect engineers and mechanics from the brutal impact of Formula 1’s compressed schedule this year.

F1 technical update: Mercedes, McLaren, AlphaTauri & Racing Point

In the ongoing development war between Formula 1’s teams, keep up to date with what’s new with our regular technical updates. Today, let’s look at four outfits at the Hungarian GP – Mercedes, McLaren, AlphaTauri and Racing Point.

McLaren: Hungary qualifying "more realistic" of current pace

McLaren drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz believe the team’s Hungary qualifying performance is a more realistic showing of its current pace in the Formula 1 midfield fight.

McLaren set to sign new Corcorde Agreement "imminently"

McLaren is ready to commit its long term future to Formula 1, with the team expecting to sign up to the new Concorde Agreement ‘imminently.’

Sainz: Too early to judge how strong Ferrari will be in 2021

Carlos Sainz Jr. says it is “way too early” to judge how strong Ferrari will be once he joins in 2021 despite its poor start to the Formula 1 season.

Norris: Back pain caused by "being out of F1 car for so long"

Lando Norris says that the pain that hit him over the Styrian Grand Prix was caused by bruising triggered by his long absence from a Formula 1 car.

F1 technical update: Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren & Williams

In the ongoing development war between Formula 1’s teams, keep up to date with what’s new with our regular technical updates. Today, let’s look at three outfits at the Styrian GP – Ferrari, Red Bull Racing, McLaren and Williams.

Sainz "will need some help" to hand McLaren another podium

Carlos Sainz thinks he "will need some help" to convert his third starting spot in the Styrian Grand Prix into a second consecutive podium for the McLaren Formula 1 team, but believes the strength of the Woking team's package allows it to grab any opportunities that may arise.

Sainz admits qualifying was "very stressful" after P3 finish

Carlos Sainz says the wet qualifying for the Styrian Grand Prix created a stressful situation, but credited his McLaren team for guiding him to his best career qualifying result.

Seidl would take McLaren driver clash as "personal attack"

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andreas Seidl would see it as a “personal attack” if drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris were to clash on-track this year.

Norris had to limit F1 practice running due to back pain

Lando Norris chose to limit his running in second free practice for the Austrian Grand Prix in a bid to help minimise aggravating some back pain he picked up earlier in the day.

Norris has "made next step" as a driver - McLaren

McLaren believes Lando Norris' charge to third place in Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix proves he has "made the next step" as a driver.

Seidl hopes new rules will allow F1 to scrap DRS

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl hopes the new Formula 1 technical regulations arriving in 2022 will allow the sport to scrap “artificial” overtaking aids like DRS.

McLaren: Token burn won't stop us making performance step

McLaren says that the need to burn up its car development tokens on switching engines for next year will not prevent it from making a performance jump.

McLaren tweaks F1 livery to support diversity campaign

The McLaren Formula 1 team has tweaked its MCL35 livery ahead of this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix, as part of the sport's campaign to fight COVID-19 and tackle inequality.

McLaren confident of avoiding repeat of Australia withdrawal

McLaren Formula 1 chief Andreas Seidl is confident new protocols in place for this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix should prevent a repeat of the team’s race withdrawal in Australia.