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Fernando Alonso said no to Zak Brown’s suggestion of buying him an Indy 500 seat as he felt that would not be fair on a driver who had qualified for the race.
Lando Norris admits he feels “fear” when he climbs into the cockpit of his McLaren F1 car, but he still wants to go out and race – even in Monaco.
From an electrical issue in last month’s Indy test to the wrong colour chassis and finally a lack of pace in qualifying, Fernando Alonso’s Indy 500 bid was marred by mistakes.
Carlos Sainz says “patience and confidence” will be required this weekend as he chases a top-ten showing at the Monaco Grand Prix.
New McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl says the MCL34 responds to updates, unlike its predecessor.
McLaren’s Carlos Sainz is happy with the progress of engine supplier Renault, but believes Ferrari are still the best in that department.
Lando Norris has heaped praise on McLaren for how they have helped him during his debut season in Formula 1.
McLaren look set to lose their fuel supplier and major sponsor Petrobras after Brazilian president Jair M Bolsonaro said the company want out.
Fernando Alonso’s No.66 car sat in the McLaren garage throughout Thursday’s practice for the Indianapolis 500 as the team gave it some “extra TLC” following Wednesday’s crash.
McLaren’s new team principal Andreas Seidl believes he is joining a team on the up, but “hard work” still needs to be done.
Fernando Alonso says there will be “no fear” when he climbs back into his McLaren IndyCar for Thursday’s practice for the Indianapolis 500.
Carlos Sainz believes always having the “same result” is hurting F1 and could see tracks, such as Barcelona, lose their place on the calendar.
Fernando Alonso walked away unhurt after suffering a heavy crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500.
Making his McLaren debut on Wednesday, Sergio Sette Camara says his time in the MCL34 allows for a “kind of bonus assessment” that he hopes to take advantage of.
Nikita Mazepin went from spinning out on his Mercedes debut to topping the timesheets in Wednesday’s test at the Barcelona circuit.
Carlos Sainz said he didn’t expect to score points at the Spanish Grand Prix because McLaren had “no pace”.
Lando Norris reckons more than the tyres, it is this year’s new regulations that are highlighting the “weaknesses and strengths” of the different teams track by track.
McLaren have opted to run Renault’s updated engine at this weekend’s Spanish GP with Daniel Ricciardo’s RS19 also powered by a new ICE.
New McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl is eager to get going in what will be his first race weekend with the team at the Spanish Grand Prix.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran thinks there is “potential” for a “big reshuffle” of the grid at the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix.
McLaren’s Lando Norris wants a strong showing at the Spanish Grand Prix as he looks to “hit the ground running” in familiar territory.
McLaren have started “the journey to recovery”, that’s according to the team’s chief Zak Brown.
Carlos Sainz admits he was “puzzled” by McLaren when fighting against them for Renault in 2018.
Looking to improve in “every area”, Carlos Sainz says McLaren aren’t comparing themselves to their midfield rivals but rather the cars that are “a second quicker”.
Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber has hit out at Renault, citing a lack of competitiveness compared to customer-team McLaren.
Carlos Sainz says it was a “relief” after scoring his first points for McLaren at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Lando Norris would only give himself a “six out of 10” for his F1 season to date as he reckons there were times it was “possible to do a better overall job.”
Although McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran believes the team has made progress this season, he concedes there is still a “long road ahead” for the Woking team.
Lando Norris believes tyre management creates huge pressure in races with there being no margin for error.
Carlos Sainz has found huge motivation in McLaren’s improving form, despite his wretched luck so far in 2019.