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McLaren: Suzuka showed Piastri now missing F1 ‘incremental gains'

McLaren Formula 1 boss Andrea Stella believes Oscar Piastri still made progress on his race management at the Japanese Grand Prix despite a challenging weekend. Piastri endured a subdued outing last weekend as he qualified three places behind team-mate Lando Norris in sixth and dropped one position in the race to seventh. The Australian ended […]
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