McLaren unveils new car for the 2020 F1 season while Lando Norris admits he no longer poops himself for his second campaign in sport
- McLaren unveiled the designs of their cars for the 2020 F1 season on Thursday
- The unveiling of the MCL35 has shown that the McLaren is in papaya and blue
- The British team finished fourth in the 2019 constructor championship
- The British driver Lando Norris feels more relaxed for his second F1 season
McLaren has unveiled the car that they hope will take another step forward on their journey back to the front of the Formula 1 grid.
Great Britain’s most successful team recovered from years in the drums to finish fourth in the constructors’ championship last season, while Carlos Sainz celebrated their first podium in five years.
British driver Lando Norris, who entered his second season in sport, said, “We’ve had the input to make this car, so it feels like my baby and I can’t wait to ride.”
McLaren has unveiled their new design for the upcoming 2020 Formula 1 season
The unveiling of the MCL35 on Thursday has shown that the McLaren is in papaya and blue colors
Great Britain’s most successful team recovered from years of slop and finished fourth in the constructors’ championship last season
The 20-year-old added: “When I think back to this point last year, I was pooping myself. Now I am much more confident, more relaxed and that is preparing me for the coming season. “
Sainz, 25, added: “Lando and I have developed a good relationship.
“Hopefully we have put together a better package, a better car and I have the feeling that everything comes together. We have a positive momentum from last season and we hope to continue this year. “
Looking back on his first season, Lando Norris admitted that he was ‘pooping’ himself
McLaren CEO Zak Brown said: ‘It’s always great to see the start of the season and the work of 800 men and women coming together to develop this beautiful racing car.
“Our two drivers have brought the team a lot of energy, so we appreciate them – and McLaren is a nice place to be.
‘These are very exciting times. We have turned the corner, we still have a long way to go, but I am excited for the first race in Australia. “