Sainz says “fired up” Seidl “impatient” to start work

McLaren has recruited the ex-Porsche LMP1 head to complete the management overhaul it hopes will lead it to the front of the F1 grid again.
Seidl will start working for McLaren on May 1 and Sainz said was left enthused by a first meeting with him last month in Bahrain, where Seidl attended the grand prix as a guest.
"I met him at the grand prix," said Sainz. "We had our first chance to say ...Keep reading