Lando Norris rewrites McLaren history books with unique F1 record at Silverstone


McLaren has a rich history of drivers who have raced for their team. People like Ayrton Senna, James Hunt and Alain Prost all drove for the Woking-based outfit. However, they don’t hold a record that Lando Norris just achieved.


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The 21-year-old set a record for most consecutive points scored for the team. Currently on bagging points in fifteen races; the young Briton certainly hopes to score more and help the team in the constructors’ championship.

Norris goes into the history book because he’s been consistent with the points


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The McLaren driver finished in points again, finishing fourth in the British Grand Prix, his home race. With a fourth place finish and twelve points, he became the only driver in the history of the Woking-based team to have completed 15 consecutive points.

Having finished a few points last season, Norris has stepped up his game for 2021. And indeed, he has done as he remains the only driver this season to have points in every race so far. Therefore, it is not surprising that the young Briton is making an impact in McLaren history.

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The Briton has claimed three podiums for the team this season

Norris has helped the Papaya team score crucial championship points this season. In addition, the 21-year-old has been on the top step three times so far this year.

The first being at Emilia’s GP, where he had to fend off Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to earn a third place and grab fifteen points for the team. He later achieved a podium at the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix, beating Red Bull‘s Sergio Perez for the P3.

Formula 1 F1 – Austrian Grand Prix – Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Styria, Austria – July 4th 2021 Lando Norris of McLaren celebrates after finishing in third place REUTERS / Leonhard Foeger

Finally, it was at the Austrian Grand Prix, where last year he landed his very first podium in Formula 1. In 2021, the Briton had to keep this compatriot Lewis Hamilton in his mirrors as he won a new third place for the team.


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Norris has improved his pace at every Grand Prix this season and hopes to take McLaren to the next level and fight for the title.


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