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Carlos Sainz has played down the claims that McLaren will be copying Red Bull’s chassis concept for the 2019 season.
McLaren chief executive, Zak Brown, believes the team are on the “road to recovery” following another dismal season in Formula 1.
Lando Norris will make his F1 debut with McLaren in 2019, and he believes that the Woking outfit have a “much better understanding” of their problems.
Despite being the only Spaniard on the grid in 2019, and replacing Fernando Alonso at McLaren, Carlos Sainz does not feel any added pressure.
Lando Norris has revealed McLaren are working on better on-track correlation ahead of the 2019 season.
Stoffel Vandoorne is relieved that the Formula 1 season is over and is now able to concentrate on pursuing new challenges.
Ahead of his debut F1 campaign, Lando Norris believes he has learned a lot from watching what Fernando Alonso does different to Stoffel Vandoorne.
New McLaren signing Carlos Sainz had a chat with the team following his debut in the post-season Abu Dhabi test.
Carlos Sainz says from his first lap to his 150th, he enjoyed every single one of them as he made his McLaren debut in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Zak Brown hasn’t ruled out Stoffel Vandoorne returning to Formula 1 in the years to come, saying he wouldn’t be “surprised” if that happened.
In keeping with the final few seasons of his F1 career, even Fernando Alonso’s parting speech to Formula 1 did not go off without a hitch.
Charles Leclerc will officially make his Ferrari debut as the Yas Marina circuit on Wednesday when he replaces Sebastian Vettel on Day Two of the Pirelli tyre test.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa, the chairman of the Mclaren Group, said the team has no regrets about ditching Honda engines.
Swapping cars with NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson, Fernando Alonso was impressed with the American’s pace in a McLaren Formula 1 car.
Bidding farewell to F1 in Abu Dhabi, Stoffel Vandoorne has hinted at “politics” playing a role in his final season in the sport.
Fernando Alonso has admitted that the donut gesture from Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel had not been planned.
Fernando Alonso’s closing lap charge in Abu Dhabi proved to be a costly one as he received three five-second time penalties for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
Fernando Alonso bowed out of Formula 1 this weekend, but not without a parting message, saying he will always be a fan of the sport.
Fernando Alonso has admitted that it would be a dream for him to finish in the points in Abu Dhabi, in what could be his final race in F1.
Zak Brown firmly believes James Key will be working for McLaren next season but he doesn’t know exactly when.
McLaren boss Zak Brown has said that there is a chance of Fernando Alonso getting behind the wheel of the 2019 car at some point.
He hasn’t even left yet but already everyone wants to know will Fernando Alonso ever be back in F1. Today he says that “door is not closed.”
From McLaren reject to Mercedes, Stoffel Vandoorne has landed the role of Mercedes’ simulator driver for 2019, a job he’ll do alongside his Formula E commitments.
McLaren racing director, Zak Brown, has said that he will keep Fernando Alonso on “speed-dial” for any future Formula 1 opportunities.
Renault have allowed Carlos Sainz to join McLaren early by letting him test for the Woking team in Abu Dhabi.
Fernando Alonso will be racing in a special, one-off paint scheme to mark his final race in Formula 1.
Fernando Alonso will walk away from F1 after this weekend’s Abu Dhabi GP with questions about whether a possible return is on the cards down the line. Today he says no.
Lewis Hamilton will have to up his game ahead of next season as he prepares to go to battle against Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.
Although he recently labelled Formula 1 “weak show”, Fernando Alonso is refusing to rule out returning to the grid in 2020 after a year of recharging his batteries.