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Fernando Alonso

Alonso expecting a “tough weekendR...

Mar 25, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso has admitted he is expecting a “tough weekend” in Malaysia. The Spaniard is undoubtedly right. As he watched the season opener on TV

Jenson Button

McLaren adamant that it has a good chassis

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

A silver lining for struggling McLaren-Honda could be the cornering ability of the new MP4-30 car. After Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen qualified dead last


Alonso’s steering might have locked i...

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

The cause of Fernando Alonso’s mysterious Barcelona testing crash may now be clearer. Until now, McLaren-Honda has insisted the incident that sidelined its star driver


Alonso will race in Malaysia

Mar 21, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso’s manager says the McLaren-Honda driver will be back in action in Malaysia next weekend. “Fernando will be in Malaysia,” Luis Garcia-Abad announced to


Alonso crash costs insurers EUR 1.8 million

Mar 21, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso’s Barcelona testing crash has cost insurers EUR 1.8 million so far. That is the claim of Italy’s specialist La Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper,


Marc Marques thinks that Honda will succeed...

Mar 20, 2015No Comments

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez has backed Honda to succeed in formula one. Riding for the Japanese marque’s official factory team Repsol-Honda, the 22-year-old Spaniard


Alonso scheduled for medical checks on Sund...

Mar 19, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso will undergo medical tests conducted by the FIA on Sunday. The broadcaster Sky Italia said the Spaniard needs the governing body’s green-light in


Boullier adamant that McLaren will win race...

Mar 18, 2015No Comments

Eric Boullier thinks it is “possible” McLaren-Honda might be in a position to win grands prix later in 2015. His comments follow reports elsewhere the