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McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says clinching fourth in the constructors’ standings represents a “big step forward” for the prestigious team, and has talked up securing more podiums on “outright performance” after the success of Brazil.

After four disappointing years – three with Honda engines and one with Renault – McLaren have enjoyed a big improvement in 2019 and have consistently been ‘best of the rest’ behind F1’s big three.

Sunday’s Brazilian GP capped an outstanding year, as not only did Carlos Sainz secure his first podium, and the team’s first since 2014, but his and Lando Norris’ points sealed McLaren’s fourth in the championship.

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F1 2020, Styrian Grand Prix, Austria: Mercedes and Red Bull about to get serious, Toto Wolff, Christian Horner

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Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff insists the “gloves are off” this weekend when a duel for supremacy resumes with Red Bull, that was a thorn in the team’s side during te season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.

Valtteri Bottas gave Mercedes a pole-to-flag win at the Red Bull Ring last weekend as the 2020 championship finally roared into life.

However, teammate and world champion Lewis Hamilton was fourth after facing two protests from Red Bull on the eve of the race over his qualifying tactics.

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Formula 1 News 2020: Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren, Ferrari, Carlos Sainz, Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc

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Mark Webber has weighed into Daniel Ricciardo’s well-publicised switch to McLaren, arguing he may have “dodged a bullet” by not joining Ferrari.

Instead, Carlos Sainz was their man in a move that shocked Webber given Ricciardo was the favourite to take up the vacant spot left by Sebastian Vettel in 2021.

“I was actually surprised,” he said to Channel 4.

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Alonso signs for Renault

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“Daniel was the obvious answer on all of our lips to go into that role in terms of his credibility, race wins and being out of contract.”

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F1 2020: Fernando Alonso signs for Renault, contract, Daniel Ricciardo replacement

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Fernando Alonso will return to Formula 1 in 2021 after Renault confirmed the two-time world champion as Daniel Ricciardo’s replacement.

After two seasons off the grid, the 38-year-old Alonso will rejoin Renault for a third stint at the Enstone team where he won his two titles in 2005-2006.

Alonso, one of the most successful, determined yet controversial stars of recent F1 history, will partner Esteban Ocon in 2021 with Ricciardo already signed by McLaren.

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