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Upgrades keep McLaren on path to beating Red Bull

Apr.23 After Lando Norris chased his friend Max Verstappen to the chequered flag in China, McLaren is now setting its sights on Red Bull. It's been a low-profile start to 2024 for the Woking based team, despite quietly and comfortably sitting between Ferrari and Mercedes in the pecking order. Indeed, Norris made a friendly bet with his engineer on Sunday that he would be 35 seconds behind the nearest Ferrari in the Chinese GP. Ultimately, he beat both red cars. 'I was very wrong,' he smiled. Norris is under contract to McLaren through 2026, but Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko has mentioned his interest in the 24-year-old twice in as many weeks. The Briton then flew back to Europe on...
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