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Fernando Alonso has said he is not the right person to ask about the future of McLaren and their engine supplier Honda.
Sergio Perez narrowly missed out on a top ten berth in Friday’s Melbourne practice while Fernando Alonso was P12 for McLaren.
Even after a wretched pre-season, Stoffel Vandoorne insists he believes that McLaren-Honda can return to the sharp end of the grid. It is just a question of when.
Honda admit they are still “worried” about reliability heading into the Australian Grand Prix despite work carried out in the wake of pre-season testing.
Formula 1 is under new ownership and everyone wants something from the new bosses, from a trip to Las Vegas to less dudes to equal engines.