Lando Norris 'uncertain' about his future at McLaren

"In the back of my mind, there’s that impatient game of, ‘do I stick it out for another few years"

by Sead Dedovic
Lando Norris 'uncertain' about his future at McLaren

There is a lot of speculation about Lando Norris' career path and what his future plans are. During an interview with the media, Lando himself revealed that he sometimes has trouble deciding what to do and that he is not entirely aware of the future events that will happen to him.

It appears, however, that Norris is planning to stay with the team until the end of his contract, which is in the year 2025, based on the current situation. “In the back of my mind, there’s that impatient game of, ‘do I stick it out for another few years, or is it time to look at something different?’” Norris said, as quoted by “But the more we achieve things like we have done over the past few weeks, the more I’m very confident with the decision I made to stay until 2025, and the more confident I am that we can achieve our goals together in the future.

McLaren and Norris' goals

McLaren is the team in which he wants to achieve his goals and make a great career. Norris possesses enormous quality, which many are aware of. "Of course. I want to win races with McLaren. I want to win in Papaya, I want to win championships.

I want to achieve my success and I want to achieve my goals with McLaren. That’s been my target since I’ve come here, since I’ve entered Formula 1 with this team”. This young driver wants to write a great story and wants to stay on the team for many years.

His goal is to win the championship with McLaren. If he succeeded in that, it would really be a movie story. “I guess I’m a loyal guy from that point of view, that I’ve joined the team, they gave me a chance in Formula 1 and I want to deliver and achieve success for them.

And I think it’s a cooler story at the same time, to go from where we were a few years ago, a team that was really struggling, to fighting back and being that first team to really come back from a long way to fight for championships and wins. I think it would be a cool story to look back on in 10, 20 years”.

Lando Norris