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Stand down everybody! Nothing to see here. McLaren have confirmed a leaked image of their potential 2019 car was a fake.
McLaren may have possibly jumped the gun too early by revealing a little look at their 2019 challenger.
Lando Norris has said he is “not worried” about the prospect of not living up to expectations in the same way as Stoffel Vandoorne at McLaren.
With F1 shifting towards a divide between works and B-teams, Martin Brundle fears former champions Williams and McLaren have been left in the “void.”
Despite losing Fernando Alonso at the end of last season, McLaren CEO Zak Brown is confident the team won’t be left floundering without his technical feedback.
McLaren have “taken some measures” to boost reliability ahead of February’s first pre-season test, says CEO Zak Brown.
Carlos Sainz may only be starting the first year of his two McLaren stint but already the Spaniard is thinking long-term.
McLaren have appointed German Andreas Seidl to the new role of managing director as their staff overhaul continues.
Lando Norris concedes “no-one knows” whether any team, including McLaren, will get it right with their 2019 car but he is confident “big changes” will pay off.
McLaren team principal Zak Brown has urged Liberty Media to address Formula 1’s growing B-team issues after “questionable” on-track antics in 2018.
Formula 1’s managing director of motorsport, Ross Brawn, has bemoaned the continued struggles of McLaren and Williams.
McLaren have said they will give Lando Norris the time to find his feet in Formula 1, accepting mistakes will be made.
Carlos Sainz Jr has said he has a “lot of trust” in McLaren to work towards restoring the glory days over the coming seasons.
Red Bull motorsport advisor, Dr Helmut Marko, has confirmed technical director James Key will not be replaced at Toro Rosso.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has urged Liberty Media to continue in their progress of introducing new rules and regulations to Formula 1, even though compromises will be “inevitable”.
McLaren are the fourth team to release the launch date of their 2019 car: 14 February.
Williams’ George Russell claims Lando Norris’ call-up to McLaren helped him to land his 2019 drive.
Carlos Sainz believes that McLaren should be worried, and should “fear everyone” in the midfield battle going into 2019.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has admitted that the team is “not done” when it comes to completing their restructuring process.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has presented a five-year plan to the team to start winning races again, after six years without a victory.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown has reported “excellent” feedback from Coca Cola’s three-race sponsorship deal with the team.
Fernando Alonso looks set to play a hands-on role at McLaren next season despite his retirement from Formula 1 racing.
McLaren’s chairman, Sheikh Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa, has said the team have no regrets about splitting from Honda.
Fernando Alonso looks set to maintain a close relationship with McLaren despite calling an end to his Formula 1 career.
Fernando Alonso has admitted that his efforts in both IndyCar and WEC helped him as he whitewashed Stoffel Vandoorne in qualifying.
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.