McLaren started the 2023 Formula 1 season looking lost, but it's recovered like no other. Gary Anderson's certainly been impressed - and thinks the developments it brought to Singapore will stand it in even better stead at Suzuka
The Japanese Grand Prix has already brought more twists to Formula 1's driver market with McLaren extending Oscar Piastri's contract until the end of 2026 and Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda emerging as the favourites to drive for AlphaTauri next year
Lance Stroll is back in F1 action at Suzuka this weekend having sat out the Singapore GP - and says he decided to miss last weekend's grand prix despite being "healthy to race" due to the after-effects of a "close to 50G shunt"
After tying Oscar Piastri down on a new Formula 1 contract to the end of 2026, McLaren has a clear plan of attack to do the same with Lando Norris. But this might be a different - and tougher - challenge