McLaren: Norris unlikely to beat Verstappen with better start in Brazil F1 sprint

After taking pole in Saturday’s shootout, Norris had a worse drive off the grid than fellow front-row starter Verstappen, who drew along the inside of Turn 1.Norris moved to the middle of the track but ultimately left the door ajar for Verstappen to swoop past and take the lead.Verstappen then comfortably controlled a 24-lap race dictated by tyre wear on Pirelli’s softs, as Norris initially stayed …Keep reading

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