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US News McLaren proud of 'big step forward'

05:10  20 november  2019
05:10  20 november  2019 Source:   skysports.com

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McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says clinching fourth in the constructors' standings represents a " big step forward " for the prestigious team, and has "Performing P4 for us is a big step forward , and great motivation for all of us to keep working hard with the clear aim that at some point that we fight for

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McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says clinching fourth in the constructors' standings represents a "big step forward" for the prestigious team, and has talked up securing more podiums on "outright performance" after the success of Brazil. After four disappointing years - three with Honda engines and one with Renault - McLaren have enjoyed a big improvement in 2019 and have consistently been 'best of the rest' behind F1's big three.

Sunday's Brazilian GP capped an outstanding year, as not only did Carlos Sainz secure his first podium, and the team's first since 2014, but his and Lando Norris' points sealed McLaren's fourth in the championship. Martin Brundle reflects on bonkers Brazil

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51 laps. That’s what McLaren managed on the opening day of pre-season testing last year as Fernando Alonso finished in seventh place. “So something to be very proud of as a team. We’ve come a long way since last year – where we were here last year compared to where we are now in

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McLaren, who with their 20 F1 titles are the sport's second most successful team of all-time, are now focused on closing the gap to the front, with Seidl highlighting their "clear aim" of fighting for more top-three finishes. "I'm happy for the entire team, everyone has done so much work throughout the year," the team principal told Sky F1's Rachel Brookes.

"Performing P4 for us is a big step forward, and great motivation for all of us to keep working hard with the clear aim that at some point that we fight for podiums down to our own outright performance."

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That is a big step for us," Button said. Speaking with Sky Sports News HQ's Rachel Brookes, McLaren driver Jenson Button revealed he was glad to be back in the driving seat after the winter break.

A big step forward for the sport. The 2017 season saw a return to wider cars and fatter tyres. "Today it looks like it will be Ferrari and Red Bull (as the main rivals) but I am curious to see where McLaren and Renault are going to come out as the teams that have the resources.

Carlos Sainz, Jr. et al. posing for the camera © Getty Sainz claimed a brilliant third for McLaren at Interlagos, which was all the more impressive considering he started at the back of the grid. The Spaniard made ground through the midfield, before taking advantage of two Safety Cars as Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull all hit trouble. "He's done a sensational job all year and he deserves it," said Seidl of Sainz, who is sixth in the championship and enjoying his best F1 season.

Sainz added: "We just need to keep working, I've seen a lot of fire in this team this year. "I'm very surprised, after such a tough season last year, with how this team was still firing and hungry for results. That's the competitive spirit we need to make sure we continue to have." The best of social media as McLaren return to the podium

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a group of people watching a band on stage in front of a crowd: Race winner Max Verstappen at Brazilian GP 2019

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