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McLaren principal Andreas Seidl says the team wants to take a “big, or a decent, step” towards the top three next season.
McLaren are pleased that Formula 1 won’t go down the route of the two-day format seen in Japan, but Renault found it “interesting”.
Frustrated with the lack of TV time devoted to F1’s midfield battle, McLaren have held “several talks” with F1’s bosses.
The F1 bosses will meet with Liberty Media and the FIA on Wednesday for crunch talks with Zak Brown calling for “radical change” for 2021.
McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl says Charles Leclerc put “everyone at risk” as he ran with a damaged front wing that was shedding pieces at the Japanese GP.
Carlos Sainz has spoken of his surprise and happiness at being able to fight the top teams at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz says he’s relieved that he ended up having a successful Friday after his McLaren stopped at the start of FP1.
Jenson Button believes that his decision to reject Mercedes and join McLaren back in 2010 was a “no-brainer”.
Toto Wolff admits the one risk Mercedes’ works team faces is McLaren showing them up for “not doing a good enough job”.
McLaren are not getting carried away by their advantage they hold over Renault heading in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul feels McLaren swapping their power units to Mercedes in 2021 has resulted in a “lost opportunity”.
McLaren principal Andreas Seidl led the switch to Mercedes power from 2021 to leave them with “nowhere to hide” as they push to be a leading team again.
Fresh from the deal that sees McLaren returning to Mercedes power in 2021, Lando Norris is reportedly now managed by the Silver Arrows.
McLaren F1 CEO, Zak Brown, has said Ferrari were never an option to potentially supply them with engines for the 2021 season and beyond.
McLaren see no reason why they can’t challenge Mercedes for titles with the same engine, but concede it could take a while before they make that step up.
Toto Wolff is adamant Mercedes’ new engine deal with McLaren is not the start of a works relationship, rather it is a “customer” one.
Carlos Sainz has said he didn’t expect himself and McLaren to have such a strong qualifying in Russia following struggles in the practice sessions.
McLaren will say goodbye to Renault power at the end of next year, returning to Mercedes engines for 2021.
Cyril Abiteboul has cited “different ambitions for the future” as the reason why Renault and McLaren will not be continuing their partnership after 2020.
After the failed experiment that was Honda and a slight recovery with Renault, McLaren are set to return to Mercedes power in 2021.
McLaren endured a frustrating Friday at Sochi with Carlos Sainz admitting some of the things they tried “clearly didn’t work”.
McLaren technical director James Key says there will be some “conceptual changes” for their 2020 car as they look to tweak their philosophy.
Lando Norris wasn’t impressed with the Formula 1 show in Singapore, saying going under normal pace for 30 odd laps is “not racing”.
Lando Norris held up his hand after he made some “silly mistakes” during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix, describing himself as “an idiot”.
Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo are both heading to Singapore ready to continue taking the fight to McLaren for P4 in the Constructors’ Championship.
McLaren are looking for a fresh start in Singapore after securing just one point from the previous two race weekends combined.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has acknowledged the strength of McLaren’s chassis but feels Renault’s power unit has also had a role McLaren’s resurrection.
Carlos Sainz hopes DRS won’t be needed in 2021, but admits that without it now there would be “close to zero overtakes”.
McLaren have again urged Liberty Media to axe Ferrari’s veto when writing up the 2021 Concorde Agreement.
McLaren team principal, Andreas Seidl, has warned it will still take a few years after 2021 for a more level playing field to be implemented in Formula 1.