“We’ve been away, especially the last two months. It’s been a lot of hard work and every time you bring an improvement, it’s not easy to go out and execute and show that it’s better.

“But the little things come together and when you have all these little pieces come together, it turns into a perfect day like today. So, of course, I have to say a big thank you to all of McLaren, everyone who’s back at the factory, everyone who’s here.

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“It would have been much less likely that I would have won today without these improvements and without the hard work they’ve put into everything, so I’d like to say it’s a start, and now I’m hungry for more. “

Norris leaves the Miami International Circuit holding fourth place in the drivers’ standings, behind Charles Leclerc, Sergio Perez and Verstappen, as McLaren tighten their grip on P3 in the constructors’ battle.


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