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Fernando Alonso

McLaren garage Sochi

McLaren-Honda will treat the remaining race...

Oct 12, 2015No Comments

McLaren-Honda’s focus is now firmly on 2016, as the Anglo-Japanese collaboration openly eyes the remaining races of this season as tests. Indeed, at Sochi, an

Fernando Alonso

Alonso will stay in F1 for the next few yea...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Flavio Briatore has backed Fernando Alonso’s claim that the Spaniard is staying put at McLaren-Honda. Having lost his temper on the radio at Suzuka, and

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen disagrees with Alonso over radio ...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen has refused to back former teammate Fernando Alonso’s view that radio traffic should not be broadcast live in formula one. Alonso’s outbursts at

Jenson Button

Button backs Alonso over GP2 engine comment...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Jenson Button has defended his McLaren-Honda teammate, following Fernando Alonso’s controversial radio outbursts at Suzuka. Spaniard Alonso, who called Honda’s “embarrassing” power unit akin to

Fernando Alonso

Alonso will get an upgraded engine at Sochi

Oct 08, 2015No Comments

Honda has brought a new engine specification to Russia, Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport reports. Correspondent Michael Schmidt said the power unit makes use of

McLaren MP4-30

Things slowly return to normal at McLaren

Oct 01, 2015No Comments

McLaren has raced into calmer waters in the wake of the team’s tumultuous weekend in Japan. At Suzuka, the Honda-powered team was in obvious turmoil,

Jenson Button

McLaren rubbishes Button-Renault rumours

Sep 30, 2015No Comments

McLaren has rubbished the theory that Jenson Button is weighing up a move to Renault next year to replace the Haas-departed Romain Grosjean. “This article

Fernando Alonso

Alonso’s patience with Honda is runni...

Sep 29, 2015No Comments

Suzuka could have been the turning-point in Fernando Alonso’s patience with the McLaren-Honda project. That is the view of F1 legend Alain Prost, a figure