The McLaren F1 team has let us know that reserverijder Lando Norris during the first training session of the GP of Belgium to test. Calculated during the home race of our fellow countryman, Stoffel Vandoorne gets a competitor so a chance to prove themselves for a racezitje in 2019.
No, really good news for Stoffel Vandoorne can you testkans of Lando Norris. Lando Norris is considered as a possible candidate for the second racezitje at McLaren, and is therefore mentioned as a possible replacement for Vandoorne.
McLaren wants Lando Norris during the first training session at the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, an additional test possibility. All you can between the lines read that Norris is a chance to prove themselves during the rijdersevaluatie for the season 2019.
“This coming weekend will be our reserverijder Lando for the first time during a race weekend, with the MCL33 drive. He will during the first class seat in the car of Fernando,” said Gil de Ferran, sporting director of McLaren.
“This is not only a part of his personal development but also of the evaluation of the car. We will strategically race, where his commitment during the upcoming grand prix can be useful.”
Stoffel Vandoorne will be at his home race so do all the sessions to finish, but the question of whether he possibly during the remaining raceweekends sometimes along the side of the track will have to watch.
“Spa-Francorchamps has a well deserved reputation as a circuit for real racers and that, because of its historical importance and its popularity with the riders,” said de Ferran.
“We will go to the track to travel and very hard to push again with both cars during the crew of Stoffel points to be gained for the purpose of our Belgian fans.”
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