Andreas Seidl: The fight is not over yet


McLaren is seriously inferior to Ferrari in the battle for third place in the constructors’ championship, but does not give up the fight …

Andreas Seidl, Team Leader: “The last two races will take place in the desert, and the first of them will be at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. The team was seriously preparing for this stage, we used a short break between Qatar and Saudi Arabia to give the riders the opportunity to work on the simulator and start Friday in the best possible shape.

Three past races were unsuccessful for us, but we use everything we have learned in the past Grand Prix, and will strive for the best result in the remaining races. The season turned out to be difficult and tense, but the struggle is not over yet. “

Lando Norris: “An interesting Grand Prix awaits us in Jeddah. The fast and smooth track is surrounded by walls – it won’t be easy for us. I worked with this track on the simulator in order to get up to speed faster – this is always important when you come to a new place.

Qualification will be especially interesting when we need to give our best on this difficult track. In the two remaining races, we will do our best to take the highest possible positions in both championships at the end of the season ”.

Daniel Riccardo: “The series of three races in a row turned out to be difficult, but the result was disappointing, so the break was very rewarding – I was able to rest and reboot before the last races.

We don’t know what to expect in Jeddah, but the whole team has worked hard at the base to prepare for this weekend, so we head to the Middle East ready to fight. We will do our best to earn maximum points and finish the season at a good level. “


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