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McLaren

Fernando Alonso

Alonso doubts he will be in F1 after 2017

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso has played down the likelihood that he will drive a single race beyond the end of his current McLaren contract. Amid McLaren-Honda’s abysmal

Kevin Magnussen

Magnussen talks about McLaren split

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Kevin Magnussen and McLaren-Honda on Friday confirmed reports in the Danish media that the two sides have split. The Copenhagen Post declared that the young

Fernando Alonso

In season engine development allowed for 20...

Oct 16, 2015No Comments

F1’s struggling engine manufacturers will be able to deploy performance upgrade ‘tokens’ during the 2016 season. The news follows a key meeting on Thursday in

Kevin Magnussen

McLaren will not renew Magnussen contract f...

Oct 16, 2015No Comments

Kevin Magnussen is splitting with McLaren, two Danish publications report. The 23-year-old has been the Woking team’s reserve driver in 2015, having lost his race

Jenson Button

Button tips Magnussen for 2016 race seat

Oct 14, 2015No Comments

Jenson Button has tipped McLaren-Honda stablemate Kevin Magnussen for a formula one race seat in 2016. The pair were partnered together at the Woking team

Fernando Alonso

Alonso doubts he will race beyond 2017

Oct 13, 2015No Comments

Fernando Alonso has played down the likelihood that he will drive a single race beyond the end of his current McLaren contract. Amid McLaren-Honda’s abysmal

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