McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl claims that despite currently standing fourth in the constructors’ standings, their car is not comfortably the fourth fastest one on the grid. With Alfa Romeo having out-scored the Woking-based team in two of the last four races, Seidl said:
McLaren secured their first podium of the season with a third-place finish for Lando Norris at the 2022 F1 Imola Grand Prix last month but found both cars outside the points at the very next race in Miami. The team currently has a 18-point advantage over Alfa Romeo.
Speculation surrounding Daniel Ricciardo’s future at McLaren has brought to light different aspects of the Aussie’s contract with the team. Daniel Ricciardo insists that he has a “contract in place” and team owner Zak Brown revealed that he still does have some faith in the eight-time Grand Prix winner.
Speaking about his contract with McLaren, as reported by Sky Sports F1, Ricciardo said:
Zak Brown, who has been vocal about Ricciardo’s lack of performance, hinted at the option of terminating the contract early, saying:
Brown, however, reiterated his belief in the 32-year-old, saying:
Daniel Ricciardo currently stands eleventh in the drivers’ standings, while Lando Norris is up in seventh with a 37-point advantage.
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