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McLaren ‘need to analyse' Canada pit stop blunders

It's one thing to have a pit stop go wrong in a grand prix, it's quite another to have two go wrong in the space of 30 seconds but that's the fate McLaren suffered in Montreal. And it seems it was down to one man running late. McLaren pitted Daniel Ricciardo, P9 and some six seconds ahead of his team-mate Lando Norris on the track, when the Virtual Safety Car came out after Mick Schumacher's parked his stricken Haas. With Norris over six seconds behind his team-mate, McLaren took advantage and also called the Briton in only for it all to go very wrong. Ricciardo's stop took around four seconds longer than it should have as, according to The Race, ‘the crew member responsible for...
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