Lando Norris has finished second in the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship after placing second and fifth in the final two races in Abu Dhabi this weekend (24-25 Nov).
Lando Norris will head to the final two FIA Formula 2 Championship races in Abu Dhabi in November in “max attack” mode despite now being out of title contention.
Lando will partner Spaniard Carlos Sainz as part of a multi-year agreement
Rising British star Lando Norris further boosted his ever increasing credentials with solid performances in F1 & F2 cars at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy this weekend (31 Aug-2 Sep).
British teenager Lando Norris scored a stunning second place – his eighth top-three finish – to maintain his challenge for FIA Formula 2 Championship honours in the latest race at Spa having also made a very impressive F1 official practice début at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Lando Norris will participate in Formula 1’s Free Practice 1 on Friday at Spa-Francorchamps as well as resume his challenge for FIA Formula 2 Championship honours in Belgium next weekend (24-26 Aug), refreshed and re-energized after a three-week break.
Another positive F1 test for British teen who excels in wet-weather runs
Lando Norris produced a wet-weather masterclass in Hungary which resulted in Britain’s McLaren F1 Test & Reserve driver recording his seventh FIA Formula 2 Championship podium finish of the season.
Lando Norris returns to FIA Formula 2 Championship action next weekend (28-29 Jul) aiming for further podiums in the 15th and 16th rounds of the 24-race series at the Hungaroring near Budapest.
Lando Norris turned around what had been a miserable event on “home” soil with a highly-impressive fight to record a stunning podium finish in the latest round of the FIA Formula 2 Championship at Silverstone today (7-8 Jul) to remain second in the series standings.
Long-time series leader Lando Norris is ready to go in to battle on “home” soil for FIA Formula 2 Championship honours when the British teenager travels the short distance to Silverstone for two more races next weekend (7-8 Jul).
Lando pays dearly for technical glitch with clutch in opening French race
So, I was back in F2 action at Paul Ricard last weekend, more on that later, but let's briefly look back over the four-week gap since Monaco.
Lando Norris kicks off a hectic three-week period in Southern France next weekend (23-24 Jun) in which the FIA Formula 2 Championship leader will contest six races that will have a major influence on his title aspirations.
The FIA Formula 2 Championship reconvenes in France after a four-week break at the end of June with Lando Norris having extended his series lead after impressive races in Monaco this week (25-26 May). The 18-year-old Briton, having led the championship standings since his opening Bahrain race victory (7 Apr), took the chequered flag in sixth and second positions in Monte Carlo. However, Lando was subsequently given a 1.1sec time penalty by race officials late this evening for being in breach of the Virtual Safety Car regulations which dropped him to third in the final Sprint race classification and now leads the title race by 27-points.
Championship leader Lando aiming for Monte Carlo success.
Lando Norris has successfully completed his first runs behind the wheel of this year’s McLaren MCL33. The Woking team’s F1 Test & Reserve driver completed a total of 156 laps, 452-miles, at the Circuit de Barcelona in Catalunya, over the past two days (15-16 May).
NORRIS RETAINS F2 CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD AFTER DOUBLE PODIUM Lando heads to next event in Monaco with a 13-points lead Lando Norris retained his FIA Formula 2 Championship lead when the McLaren Test & Reserve driver recorded two third placings in Barcelona this weekend (12-13 May). The 18-year-old will start the next race at Monte Carlo later this month with a 13-points lead advantage after six of this season’s 24 races.
Europe’s eight-race segment of this year’s FIA Formula 2 Championship spanning the next five months begins in Spain this weekend (12-13 May) with Lando Norris leading the standings by 14-points.
Lando Norris will start the European segment of this year’s FIA Formula 2 Championship in Spain next month at the head of the standings after an incident-packed Feature Race in which the British teenager impressively battled back to sixth place following a pit-lane start before recording a fighting fifth in today’s Sprint Race on his Baku début in Azerbaijan this weekend (28-29 Apr).
McLaren Test & Reserve driver Lando Norris aims to consolidate his early 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship advantage when the British teenager makes his début at the Baku City Circuit in Azerbaijan next weekend (28-29 Apr).
Britain’s rising star Lando Norris leads the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship by nine-points after the first two races of the season staged at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir last weekend (7-8 Apr).
Lando Norris heads in to the unknown next weekend (6-8 Apr) when the British teenager begins his quest for success in the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship. The McLaren F1 test and reserve driver will be racing at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir for the first time and with Carlin, the British team returning to the category after a one-year absence.
Britain’s Lando Norris would consider another endurance sportscar outing after making a big impression on his Rolex 24 At Daytona début this weekend (27-28 Jan) – but not at the expense of fulfilling his goal of reaching Formula One. McLaren F1’s 18-year-old official test and reserve driver along with former double F1 World Champion and McLaren team-mate Fernando Alonso plus Phil Hanson finished an unrepresentative 13th in class in the gruelling twice-around-the clock marathon – having led at times and consistently been inside the top-five overall.
Britain’s Lando Norris will chalk up a number of “firsts” next weekend (27-28 Jan). McLaren F1’s official test and reserve driver for 2018 will race in North America, at the wheel of a sports-prototype, share a race car with other drivers and competes in a 24-hour race – all for the very first time.
Lando Norris has been recognised by readers of one of the world’s leading motorsport magazine and websites as well as arguably the most exclusive club in motor racing for what has been a phenomenally successful year. Having collected Autosport’s National Driver of the Year Award last night, the 18-year-old British teenager was given two accolades by the British Racing Drivers' Club in London today (4 Dec).
British teen takes chequered flag in ninth from back of grid on F2 début weekend
Lando Norris will remain with Carlin for a fourth consecutive season when McLaren’s 2018 Formula 1 test and reserve driver graduates to the 2018 FIA Formula 2 Championship.
Juan Pablo Montoya, Tom Kristensen and McLaren Formula 1 junior Lando Norris are among the first drivers to be announced for the 2018 Race of Champions.
Lando Norris signed off from the Formula 3 category in great style today (19 Nov) when the British teenager brought his Carlin prepared Dallara-Volkswagen home second in a thrilling and eventful Macau Grand Prix
McLaren Young Driver races with Campos Racing in Yas Marina
Lando makes immediate impact in two-day test at wheel of LMP2 Ligier
McLaren is pleased to confirm that Lando Norris will become the team’s official Formula 1 test and reserve driver for the 2018 season.
McLaren show confidence in multi-championship winning British teenager ahead of 18th birthday
Britain’s Lando Norris has become the youngest FIA Formula 3 European Champion in history, the 17-year-old claiming this year’s prestigious title in Germany at the weekend (14-15 Oct) after a dominant first full Euro F3 season in which he consistently outperformed his more experienced rivals in the 30-race series.
McLaren Formula 1 protege Lando Norris is the 2017 Formula 3 European champion
McLaren Young Driver Lando Norris has won the 2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship with two races remaining to become the youngest driver in history to secure the "crown".
FIA Formula 3 European Championship leader Lando Norris heads for the final event next month within touching distance of winning the title.
Formula 3 European Championship leader Lando Norris kept Jake Hughes at bay to win a tense final race of the weekend at the Nurburgring.
Lando completes impressive points haul on Nürburging F3 début
Lando Norris gave himself a huge points gain in the first race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at the Nurburgring by dominating in the wet.
Formula 3 European Championship leader Lando Norris absolutely crushed his opposition to take pole position for the first race of the weekend at the Nurburgring by a huge margin.
Lando aiming to continue scintillating form at the Nürburgring
Lando heads driver rankings after three rostrums including two wins on Zandvoort début
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 protege Lando Norris was supreme in the final race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at Zandvoort, producing his second lights-to-flag win of the weekend.
Lando Norris survived a tense restart to dominate the first race of the Formula 3 European Championship's Zandvoort round.
Lando Norris made it a hat-trick of Zandvoort poles by claiming first place for races two and three in the Formula 3 European Championship's second qualifying session of the weekend.
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 team protege Lando Norris earned pole position for the first Formula 3 European Championship race of the Zandvoort round.
Lando Norris heads to Zandvoort next weekend (19-20 Aug) aiming to overhaul current FIA Formula 3 European Championship leader Maximilian Günther.
Lando Norris completed a sensational day of testing McLaren-Honda’s current Formula One car at the Hungaroring today (2 Aug). The 17-year-old British driver, who currently lies second in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship, was given the opportunity having won the prestigious McLaren Autosport British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC) Award last December.
Lando Norris demonstrated he is a "potential star of the future" with an impressive display in Formula 1's post-Hungarian Grand Prix test, according to McLaren racing director Eric Boullier.
Lando Norris has moved up one place and into second in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship. The McLaren-Honda Young Driver scored two impressive victories in his Carlin prepared Dallara-Volkswagen in the latest races at Spa-Francorchamps over the past two days (28-29 Jul).
McLaren junior Lando Norris will drive the team's 2017 car in Formula 1's post-Hungarian Grand Prix test next week.
Formula 3 European Championship star and 2016 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Lando Norris is to contest the Daytona 24 Hours next January with United Autosports.
McLaren-Honda Young Driver Lando Norris will contest the Rolex 24 At Daytona next January (27-28). It will mark the British teenager’s maiden sportscar race, first 24 hour race and his race début in the United States.
Lando Norris lies third in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship after the latest three races this weekend (1-2 Jul) – the British teenager battling to a stunning, hard-earned victory on his Norisring début.
McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris took a stunning win in the second Formula 3 European Championship race at the Norisring to beat Jake Hughes in a British one-two.
Jake Hughes has absolved Lando Norris of any intent to cause an accident following their collision while fighting for the Formula 3 European Championship race lead at the Norisring.
McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris has been promoted to third place in the final race of the Formula 3 European Championship weekend at the Hungaroring after stewards decided to penalise Guan Yu Zhou.
Lando Norris has vowed to get his FIA Formula 3 European Championship title bid back on track next month (1-2 Jul). The next three races are staged at the Norisring with the British teenager heading to Germany aiming to bounce back after suffering disappointment in the last event staged in Hungary (17-18 Jun).
Lando Norris travels to the Hungaroring for the latest FIA Formula 3 European Championship races next weekend aiming for further success in his maiden F3 season. The 17-year-old is tied for the championship lead on points with Joel Eriksson, the McLaren-Honda Young Driver having scored seven podiums, including two wins, after starting all the previous nine races from the front row of the grid.
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 team protege Lando Norris said there was no warning about the crash that cost him victory in Sunday's Pau Grand Prix European Formula 3 race.
Lando Norris jointly leads the FIA Formula 3 European Championship on points after posting two second placings and despite cruelly being robbed of a near certain Pau Grand Prix début victory this weekend.
Mercedes DTM junior Maximilian Gunther won the second race of the Formula 3 European Championship round at Pau as Lando Norris moved into the points lead.
McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris took a magnificent double pole position for Sunday's Formula 3 European Championship races at Pau, including the historic Pau Grand Prix.
Lando Norris heads in to the unknown for the latest rounds of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship next weekend
Lando Norris moved up to second place in the overall standings of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship after this weekend’s latest three races in Italy (29-30 Apr) – while remaining the clear leader in the Rookie Division. The McLaren-Honda Young Driver finished first plus second twice at the wheel of his Carlin-entered Dallara-Volkswagen at Monza and heads to the next event in France just one-point off the outright series lead.
BMW junior Joel Eriksson and McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris have provisionally taken pole position for Sunday's two Formula 3 European Championship races at Monza.
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 junior Lando Norris took honours in an epic Formula 3 European Championship opener at Monza after dropping as low as fifth at the star
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 junior Lando Norris took honours in an epic Formula 3 European Championship opener at Monza after dropping as low as fifth at the start.
McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris proved the master of wet conditions in the official test day at Monza ahead of this weekend's Formula 3 European Championship round.
Lando Norris got his first full season in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship off to a flying start on “home” soil at Silverstone over Easter (13-16 April). The 17-year-old placed his Carlin-entered Dallara-Volkswagen first, ninth and third in the opening three races of the series and heads to the next event in Italy later this month lying third in the overall driver standings and first in the Rookie rankings.
McLaren-Honda protege Lando Norris reigned supreme in a stop-start opening race of the 2017 Formula 3 European Championship at Silverstone.
McLaren-Honda Formula 1 protege Lando Norris grabbed pole position for the first race of the Formula 3 European Championship season after an epic three-way fight in qualifying at Silverstone.
Lando Norris starts his first full season in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship on “home” soil at Silverstone over Easter (13-16 April). The three, 33mins plus one lap races represent the 17-year-old McLaren-Honda Young Driver’s only competitive outing in Britain of the year in a busy 30-race, 10-event championship.
Lando Norris is eagerly looking ahead to getting his maiden FIA Formula 3 European Championship underway at Silverstone next month after clocking up over 900-miles in official testing. The 17-year-old also set the third overall – the quickest “rookie” – plus second fastest “rookie” times in Hungary and Austria respectively over the past week at the wheel of his Carlin Dallara-Volkswagen.
McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Lando Norris set the pace on the opening day of official testing for the Formula 3 European Championship at the Hungaroring.
The FIA's Formula 3 European Championship has released its season entry list, consisting of 20 cars from five teams.
McLaren has announced its junior programme line-up for the coming season, with 2016 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Lando Norris becoming a fully-fledged protege of the team.
Britain’s Lando Norris has been selected as a member of the McLaren-Honda Young Driver Development programme for 2017. The legendary Formula One team made the announcement today (22 Feb) with 17-year-old Norris being joined by Nobuharu Matsushita and Nyck de Vries who will also benefit from McLaren’s rich motor racing heritage.
Lando on winning the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award and his expectations for the season ahead...
Reigning Toyota Racing Series champion Lando Norris has reluctantly decided not to defend his title early next year.
Reigning Toyota Racing Series, Formula Renault Eurocup & Northern European Champion Lando Norris will contest the 2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Carlin.
McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Lando Norris will contest next season's Formula 3 European Championship with Carlin.
Lando follows in footsteps of David Coulthard & Jenson Button in winning prestigious prize
Double Formula Renault champion Lando Norris capped this year's Autosport Awards in London by winning the 2016 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.Double Formula Renault champion Lando Norris capped this year's Autosport Awards in London by winning the 2016 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.
Teenager Lando Norris has won the British Club Driver of the year at the 2016 Autosport Awards, following a standout year in junior single-seaters.
Double Formula Renault champion Lando Norris believes the revisions to the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award's prize structure offer an "amazing opportunity" for this year's winner.
Lando Norris gained invaluable Formula 3 experience in readiness for a full campaign in the category in 2017 on one of the most demanding and unforgiving tracks in the world last weekend (19-20 Nov).
Lando Norris heads to Macau for the first time aiming for a top-10 finish in the Suncity Group Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix next weekend (17-20 Nov). Norris, who celebrated his 17th birthday yesterday (13 Nov), races a Carlin entered Dallara-Volkswagen in the annual event being run for the 63rd time but which this year also headlines as the FIA Formula Three World Cup for the first time.
Lando Norris will head “Down Under” early next year in an attempt to successfully defend his Toyota Racing Series title.
Rising motor racing star Lando Norris will contest the prestigious Suncity Group Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix next month (17-20 Nov). The talented British teenager will race a Dallara-Volkswagen entered by highly-respected UK team Carlin in the annual event being run for the 63rd time.
Lando Norris sealed a champion rookie season in Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup to take the team title for Josef Kaufmann Racing, tackling a turbulent weekend head on, the newly crowned Eurocup champion proved his pace with a final trip to the podium at Estoril.
Returning to the wheel of his Renault Eurocup 2.0 charger for the final time, Lando Norris is striving to end his debut season on the top step of the podium.
Pirelli is to supply a tyre based on its BRDC British Formula 3 Championship rubber for next month's Macau Grand Prix, Autosport has learned.
The Hockenheimring set the scene for an electrifying final round of the FIA European Formula 3 championship, the 4.574km long circuit offered a diverse and challenging series of fast and slow corners, the perfect setting for Lando Norris to make his F3 debut. Spurred by the challenge, Lando really made his mark with a promising show of pace.
Formula 3 European Championship debutants and Carlin team-mates Jake Hughes and Lando Norris stole the thunder of the series regulars in free practice for the final round at Hockenheim.
With three successive titles in the bag this season, Lando is set to make his championship debut at the Hockenheimring with Carlin Racing this weekend.
Hot off the back of a phenomenal 2016 season, Lando Norris has been announced as one of four finalists in line for the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.