Norris “not expecting” McLaren F1 pole challenge in Hungary

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The McLaren driver shadowed Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc by just 0.217 seconds in FP2 at the Hungaroring, having also ended FP1 inside the top five in fourth.
This follows a week on from a French GP weekend in which Norris was 1.1s off pole in fifth and finished the race 52s adrift in seventh.
But despite the strong start to his Hungary weekend, Norris says this can largely be attributed to …Keep reading Source

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