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McLaren

Fernando Alonso

McLaren ‘best chassis behind Red Bull...

Sep 04, 2015No Comments

McLaren is reverting to its older ‘long nose’ solution for the high-speed Italian grand prix. With struggling engine partner Honda, the British team has acknowledged

F1 Grid Hungaroring

2016 grid is shaping up

Sep 04, 2015No Comments

As the ‘silly season’ nears its end, the 2016 grid is now shaping up. With Kimi Raikkonen all signed up again, Ferrari will field an

Jenson Button

McLaren happy with its drivers lineup

Jul 27, 2015No Comments

Jenson Button looks set to be retained by McLaren-Honda in 2016. Recently, when team supremo Ron Dennis was asked about the 2009 world champion’s future,

Fernando Alonso

Alonso decided against joining LeMans ̵...

May 03, 2015No Comments

The decision to sit out Le Mans this year was also taken by Fernando Alonso himself, McLaren insists. This week, during the three-week lull between

Felipe Massa

Alonso could quit if McLaren-Honda stagnate...

May 03, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso might decide to retire rather than keep struggling with McLaren-Honda. That is the claim of the Spaniard’s former Ferrari teammate Felipe Massa. Speaking

Fernando Alonso

Alonso knew that Ferrari will improve ̵...

Apr 28, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso “knew” Ferrari would take a step forward in 2015. That is the claim of Carlos Gracia, the head of Spain’s motor racing federation.

Fernando Alonso

Honda move may have blown Alonso’s ca...

Apr 25, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso might have blown his chance of ever winning a third title by switching to McLaren-Honda this year. That is the claim of 1997

Eric Boullier

No title charge until 2017 – Boullier

Apr 24, 2015No Comments

It will be 2017 before McLaren is ready to charge for the title. That is the admission of team boss Eric Boullier, who said that