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McLaren explain why Norris' China F1 Sprint pole lap was reinstated

McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella has explained the reason behind Lando Norris having his pole position time for Formula 1's Chinese Grand Prix Sprint restored. Norris excelled in the wet conditions present through SQ3 to storm to an unexpected pole at the Shanghai International Circuit with a 1.2-second margin over the rest. However, the stewards […]
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