Back on track


In the fast lane: Piastri during a practice session for the Las Vegas Formula One Grand Prix on Nov 17. — AFP

MCLAREN started Formula One’s 2023 season slowly. They did not score a top-10 finish in the opening two events, but they have since emerged as the nearest challenger to dominant Red Bull.

“It’s been one hell of a turnaround,” said Oscar Piastri, one of McLaren’s drivers.

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