GOOD LAP vs GREAT LAP: Lando Norris demonstrates what makes the difference at the Red Bull Ring
Austria played host not just to the opening race of the season in 2020, but also the first double header. Once again there will be two races at the Red Bull Ring in 2021, kicking off with the Styrian Grand Prix this weekend.
But how easy is it to nail a lap of the Red Bull Ring? McLaren’s Lando Norris scored an unexpected podium here last season, and is best placed to show the difference between a very good lap and an all-out great one.
Jump onboard as the Briton delivers a decent lap in Q2, before nabbing fourth on the grid with a hefty two-tenths' improvement on that effort in Q3. Racer and commentator Alex Brundle analyses both laps to see how and where Norris found that time, with in-depth F1 telemetry to help explain the ins and outs of his improvement.
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