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All the McLaren team members who were self-isolation in Melbourne are safely back home.
McLaren chief Zak Brown has backed Formula 1’s decision to defer the 2021 technical rule changes by a year, saying it was done to “protect” the sport.
Although the F1 teams have agreed to run this year’s chassis next season, McLaren will be allowed to make the changes to accommodate the new Mercedes engine.
Williams and McLaren have both announced an early shutdown after the United Kingdom locked down the country in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The remaining McLaren team members still in Australia are finally on their way back home to the UK after being in quarantine in Melbourne.
McLaren could be hit the hardest by the decision to stick with the 2020 chassis for next season as the Woking team swaps from Renault to Mercedes power.
Ex-F1 driver Martin Brundle believes McLaren could lose Carlos Sainz to Ferrari for next season if they look to replace Sebastian Vettel.
McLaren have confirmed that they will still switch from Renault to Mercedes power for 2021 as originally planned.
Pedro de la Rosa feels Fernando Alonso was unfairly blamed after his alleged role in the ‘Spygate’ scandal at McLaren.
McLaren has confirmed that their seven race team members tested for coronavirus have returned negative results.
Testing negative for the coronavirus, Carlos Sainz has revealed he will remain in self-isolation and is sending a “big hug” to all the McLaren personnel in quarantine in Australia.
Linked to a switch to McLaren come 2021, Sebastian Vettel admits he really cannot say whether he would be open to a move to a midfield team.
Sebastian Vettel could make the move to McLaren next year if he isn’t retained by Ferrari, according to a report by F1-insider.
McLaren has revealed the staff member who tested positive for the coronavirus, ultimately leading to the Australian GP being cancelled, is “recovering well”.
Alfa Romeo team principal Fred Vasseur says holding an Australian Grand Prix without McLaren would have been unfair.
With 15 of his staff in self-isolation in Melbourne, one of whom is positive for the coronavirus, Andreas Seidl has vowed not to leave, saying he’s staying in Australia to “support them”.
Amidst the chaos in Formula 1, McLaren have some positive news to reveal after they extended their partnership with Coca-Cola.
Zak Brown says taking the decision to withdraw McLaren from the Australian GP was the “most difficult decision” he has ever taken as a racer.
McLaren has confirmed 14 team members are now in a 14-day quarantine to try and limit the spread of coronavirus.
McLaren have officially withdrawn from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix after a team member tested positive for the coronavirus.
As McLaren debate how to divide resources between 2020 and 2021’s cars, Andreas Seidl has urged the FIA to clampdown on alliances between teams.
McLaren are making more commercial moves with the arrival of another new sponsor in the form of Buzz and Co.
Carlos Sainz has denied he personally questioned the legality of Racing Point’s RP20 ahead of the new season.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says half of the Formula 1 grid will max out the budget cap when it comes into effect from 2021.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl hopes the FIA tightly police co-operation between teams under the new 2021 regulations.
McLaren’s MCL35 may have a few “obvious” weaknesses but Lando Norris is hoping the team can resolve some of those before taking to the track in Melbourne.
Rejoining McLaren for a third Indy 500 attempt, Fernando Alonso is confident having a three-car team will nullify all of last year’s troubles.
The 2020 Formula One season is now very much in sight, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.
Carlos Sainz is pretty upbeat with how testing has gone for McLaren, with the pace of the MCL35 shocking the team in a good way.
It is all good and well copying the Mercedes design as Racing Point has done but Zak Brown feels that’s not the way to go about beating Mercedes to the World titles.