Lando Norris scored his maiden podium at the very first race of last season. This year, he had to wait a little longer to get back up onto the rostrum – but only by one race as he took P3 at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola after finishing fourth in the season opener in Bahrain.

    Since those opening rounds the McLaren racer has been Mr Consistent as he has delivered points finishes in every single race bar one – in the process taking the record for the longest continuous scoring streak of any McLaren driver (not bad when you consider some of the Woking team's alumni) – has added another two trophies to his collection with podiums at Monaco and Austria, and has put in some blisteringly fast qualifying performances as well.

    But it hasn't all been plain sailing for the 21-year-old Brit, as his Hungarian GP lastest barely one corner, after he was rammed by Valtteri Bottas on the run down to Turn 1.

    Hit play on the video above to see all the highs and lows from Norris's season so far, in a year when the former F3 champion has been one of the standout drivers on the grid.

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