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McLaren

Stoffel Vandoorne

McLaren does not want to lose Vandoorne

Feb 08, 2016No Comments

Renault reportedly tried and failed to secure the services of Stoffel Vandoorne for 2016. The French marque’s new team boss Frederic Vasseur ran the Belgian

Maurizzio Arrivabene

Arrivabene believes McLaren will be more co...

Dec 16, 2015No Comments

Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene has tipped McLaren-Honda to take a clear step forward for 2016. As the iconic partnership reunited this year, McLaren-Honda endured

2015 F1 Drivers

Assessing the F1 teams in 2015

Dec 15, 2015No Comments

Well, as we look back on another Formula One season, we’ll look back on another year dominated by Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton. While there were

Fernando Alonso

Sabbatical not right for Alonso – Hak...

Dec 08, 2015No Comments

Lowering his guard and taking a sabbatical amid McLaren-Honda’s troubles would not be the right move for Fernando Alonso. That is the advice of fellow

Fernando Alonso

Alonso will not return to Renault – B...

Dec 08, 2015No Comments

Flavio Briatore has dismissed suggestions Fernando Alonso might be considering a sensational return to lead Renault’s latest works effort in F1. The Enstone based team

Jenson Button

Honda vows to be ready for Melbourne

Dec 01, 2015No Comments

Yasuhisa Arai insists Honda has no regrets about making its return to F1 in 2015, despite its obvious unpreparedness for the ‘power unit’ era. McLaren-Honda

Fernando Alonso

Honda will use more consultants for F1 proj...

Nov 19, 2015No Comments

Honda has had a change of heart towards the end of its abysmally-bad return to F1 this year. Earlier, the proudly nationalistic Japanese carmaker was

Jenson Button

McLaren losses Tag Heuer sponsor

Nov 17, 2015No Comments

McLaren has admitted its long-standing sponsorship by the Swiss watch maker Tag Heuer is ending. CEO Jean-Claude Biver told the Swiss newsmagazine L’Hebdo that Tag