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McLaren: 'No reason to give up the fight, we move on'

McLaren F1 boss Andreas Seidl says his team has no intention of giving up its fight for third in the championship against Ferrari despite the Woking-based outfit's underperformance in Mexico City. After Daniel Ricciardo's race was ruined by an opening lap clash with Valtteri Bottas, Lando Norris was left to carry his team's hopes in the action-packed race. But the best the young Briton could achieve was a P10 finish and a single point while Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz clocked in fifth and sixth, a result that delivered a healthy 18 points to the Italian outfit which has now leads McLaren by 13.5 points in the Constructors' standings. However, Seidl insists there's still all...
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