Welcome at RN365

You are logged in. Benefit directly from all the benefits of your account:

  • Share your thoughts and opinions about F1
  • Win fantastic prizes
  • Get access to our premium content
  • Take advantage of more exclusive benefits

Welcome at RN365

Become part of the largest racing community in the United Kingdom. Create your free account now!

  • Share your thoughts and opinions about F1
  • Win fantastic prizes
  • Get access to our premium content
  • Take advantage of more exclusive benefits
fri 26 mar - sun 28 mar
  • 1 HAM LAP 56
  • 2 VER + 0.745
  • 3 BOT + 37.383
fri 16 apr - sun 18 apr
  • 1 VER LAP 63
  • 2 HAM + 22.000
  • 3 NOR + 23.702
fri 30 apr - sun 02 may
  • 1 HAM LAP 66
  • 2 VER + 29.148
  • 3 BOT + 33.530
fri 07 may - sun 09 may
  • 1 HAM LAP 66
  • 2 VER + 15.841
  • 3 BOT + 26.610
thu 20 may - sun 23 may
  • 1 VER LAP 78
  • 2 SAI + 8.968
  • 3 NOR + 19.427
fri 04 jun - sun 06 jun
  • 1 PER LAP 51
  • 2 VET + 1.385
  • 3 GAS + 2.762
fri 18 jun - sun 20 jun
  • 1 VER LAP 53
  • 2 HAM + 2.904
  • 3 PER + 8.811
fri 25 jun - sun 27 jun
  • 1 VER LAP 71
  • 2 HAM + 35.743
  • 3 BOT + 46.907
fri 02 jul - sun 04 jul
  • 1 VER LAP 71
  • 2 BOT + 17.973
  • 3 NOR + 20.019
fri 16 jul - sun 18 jul
  • 1 HAM LAP 52
  • 2 LEC + 3.871
  • 3 BOT + 11.125
fri 30 jul - sun 01 aug

F1 standings

  • 1 VER 185
  • 2 HAM 177
  • 3 NOR 113
FP1 fri 30 jul
FP2 fri 30 jul
FP3 sat 31 jul
Quali sat 31 jul
Race sun 01 aug
fri 27 aug - sun 29 aug
Quali sat 28 aug
Race sun 29 aug
fri 03 sep - sun 05 sep
Quali sat 04 sep
Race sun 05 sep
fri 10 sep - sun 12 sep
Quali fri 10 sep
Sprint sat 11 sep
Race sun 12 sep
fri 24 sep - sun 26 sep
Quali sat 25 sep
Race sun 26 sep
fri 01 oct - sun 03 oct
Quali sat 02 oct
Race sun 03 oct
fri 08 oct - sun 10 oct
Quali sat 09 oct
Race sun 10 oct
fri 22 oct - sun 24 oct
Quali sat 23 oct
Race sun 24 oct
fri 29 oct - sun 31 oct
Quali sat 30 oct
Race sun 31 oct
fri 05 nov - sun 07 nov
Quali sat 06 nov
Race sun 07 nov
fri 19 nov - sun 21 nov
Quali sat 20 nov
Race sun 21 nov
fri 03 dec - sun 05 dec
Quali sat 04 dec
Race sun 05 dec
fri 10 dec - sun 12 dec
Quali sat 11 dec
Race sun 12 dec
Start Hungarian GP
To drivers

Lando Norris

McLaren Racing
Nationality gbr Brittish
Birthplace Bristol
Date of birth 13/09/1999 (21 yr.)
F1 debute 2019, Australië

F1 season 2021

WC Position 3
Races 10
WC points 113
Victories 0
Podiums 3
Pole positions 0

F1 career

World titles 0
WC points 113
Races 48
Victories 0
Podium places 4
Pole positions 0

Thanks to viral overtakes, last lap heroics and an internet army behind him, McLaren driver Lando Norris can look back on 2020 as the year he showed his true potential in Formula 1 despite a run of non-point finishes and ending the drivers’ championship behind departing teammate Carlos Sainz.

Personal Information

Name Lando Norris
Team McLaren
Date of Birth November 13, 1999
Place of Birth Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Age 21
Height 1.70m (5' 6")
Weight 68kg
Nationality British
Race Number 4

Biography of Formula 1 driver Lando Norris

McLaren driver Lando Norris is among the most promising young talents in F1, having impressed in his time on the grid since joining the British team for the 2019 season.

Norris has secured a multi-year extension to stay with McLaren beyond 2021, indicating the faith the team have placed in their driver, and he secured his first F1 podium with third at the Austrian Grand Prix in 2019.

But who is Lando Norris and how did he make his way to F1? Here is everything you need to know about Lando Norris.

Early career

Norris got his first taste of motorsport as a youngster, when aged seven he began karting with his brothers at a track near his native Bristol in the UK.

The driver, backed by his investment management father Adam Norris, competed in karting competitions across Europe, eventually going on to win the 2013 WSK Euro Series and the world KF championship title the following year.

In 2014, Norris made the jump to racing cars in the Ginetta Junior championship, finishing second in his first two races and going on to end the year third overall with four victories.

The next year, he moved to the MSA Formula Four Championship which offered 15 year olds to race in single seaters, with the driver moving to Carlin and winning the inaugural race at Brands Hatch.

Up against current F2 driver Dan Ticktum, Norris put in a strong series of performances to win the series with on race remaining, while he also moved to race in Italian and German F4 series.

2016-2018: Ascent up the open-wheel ladder

For 2016, Norris upped the ante once again and began racing in multiple series across the world, including the winter Toyota Racing Series New Zealand, campaigns in the Formula Renault Eurocup and Northern European Cup.

The packed schedule paid dividends, and the young Brith went on to win three championship titles and begin his road to Formula 1 with a European F3 debut at the Hockenheimring.

He would also race with Carlin at the Macau Grand Prix, but a crash in the qualifying race meant he finished 11th after starting from 26th at the back of the grid.

In 2017, Norris focussed his efforts on the European Formula Three series, getting a seat with Carlin who were making their full return to the championship that season.

The driver managed to bag wins at Silverstone and Monza, but a poor run where he failed to convert good qualifying positions into points meant he fell down the leaderboard midway through the season.

However, he would go on to string together a series of wins, and despite a crash at the race at the Red Bull Ring, was able to win the title by 71 points.

The performance attracted the attention of McLaren, who added Norris to their young driver roster and set him up for his first ever F1 test at the Hungaroring.

In November, the team confirmed that the Brit would be the F1 test and reserve driver for the upcoming 2018 season.

For that year, Norris paired his McLaren duties with a campaign in F2, where he fought a hard battle all season with fellow future F1 drivers George Russell and Alex Albon, finishing second overall.

Formula 1

Going into the 2019 F1 season, McLaren had not had the strongest of run of results.

With the departure of Fernando Alonso, a seat opened up and Norris was paired up with Carlos Sainz Jr as an all-new driver pairing.

The duo were quick to make their mark on the team, and their arrival seemed to energise the outfit to fourth, comfortably outperforming the result in 2018.

However, for Norris, his teammate scored more than double the points that he managed with his tally of 49 of the team's 145, but he showed a glimpse of the form that would serve him well in qualifying by beating Sainz on eleven occasions, with a best result of sixth at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

In the coronavirus-disrupted 2020 season, Norris would make a significant step forward, his online popularity off-track with his gamig streams during the lockdown matching his ability to show what he could do on the track.

He took his first ever F1 podium finish at the Austrian Grand Prix after a scintillating and viral last few laps when he cut through the pack to secure the result, becoming the youngest British drive to ever stand on the podium.

Norris continued with McLaren in the 2021 season and signed a mult-year contract extension which will see him remain with the team beyond 2021.