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Fernando Alonso has said not to expect an announcement on his future before the 2018 summer break begins.
Stoffel Vandoorne has said he is “pretty sure” that he has done enough to warrant a contract extension with McLaren for the 2019 season.
New McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has given his first impressions on what needs to change in order to make the Woking team great again.
McLaren can expect a trying weekend at the Hockenheimring with Fernando Alonso saying it won’t be “an easy track” for their MCL33.
IndyCar CEO Mark Miles has quashed speculation that McLaren have decided against a 2019 IndyCar programme.
Zak Brown is feeling good about McLaren’s chances of being able to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Mercedes in future if a cost cap is introduced.
Despite a poor first half to the season for McLaren, Stoffel Vandoorne has said that it is too early to write off their 2018 season.
Fernando Alonso does not support a proposal to award points to every car that finishes a grand prix, saying it would detract from the miracles such as Jules Bianchi’s P9 in Monaco.
Despite lagging behind Fernando Alonso in the standings, Stoffel Vandoorne believes he has shown McLaren why he deserves a third season in 2019.
Renault may not want to “encourage” rumours Fernando Alonso could return to the team with whom he won two World titles but “could still reach” a deal with the Spaniard.
Fernando Alonso feels the British GP stewards were “soft” at Silverstone after failing to penalise Kevin Magnussen for his latest antics.
Acknowledging that McLaren are better in race-trim than on one lap pace, Fernando Alonso has urged his team to focus on qualifying in the coming races.
Fernando Alonso stands by his comments that McLaren are up against “three Ferrari teams” given Haas and Sauber’s close association with the Scuderia.
Stoffel Vandoorne says his MCL33 was “undriveable” during qualifying for the British GP, explaining the almost a full second gap between himself and Fernando Alonso.
Fernando Alonso has said that Saturday afternoon was his best qualifying session of the year for McLaren, despite the fact he failed to get into Q3.
The FIA has confirmed Fernando Alonso has taken on fresh power unit components ahead of the British Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso reckons the fact that Kevin Magnussen has two reprimands is the only reason he avoid sanctions for his antics in FP1 for the British GP.
Fernando Alonso is happy with how his McLaren is behaving around the Silverstone circuit, having finished P6 in FP2 on Friday afternoon.
The stewards have decided to take not further action between Fernando Alonso and Kevin Magnussen following their FP1 clash at Silverstone.
Fernando Alonso finished best of the rest with P6, while Nico Hulkenberg, Charles Leclerc and both Force Indias were in the top 10 in FP2.
Zak Brown, Guenther Steiner and Claire Williams answered questions from the press – plus a rare appearance from Vijay Mallya.
Zak Brown has conceded that it is “going to take some time to fix” the problems that have contributed to the years of McLaren misery in Formula 1.
Renault will introduce a minor modification to their turbos at this weekend’s British GP as they loo to improve reliability.
Fernando Alonso has rubbished suggestions that he had any say in Eric Boullier’s exit, adamant he “just drives” the cars.
Executive director Zak Brown has warned that the restructuring process at McLaren is just getting started after the resignation of Eric Boullier.
Eric Boullier has left McLaren with immediate effect, the former Racing Director paying the price for what has been a wretched start to this campaign.
Fernando Alonso says he “delivered the goods” for McLaren in Austria as he raced his way from the pit lane to eighth place at the chequered flag.
Fernando Alonso finished in P8 in the Austrian Grand Prix after starting from the pit lane on Sunday afternoon, and he did not expect to do so.
Both Force India and Sauber got double points finishes in Austria, with Fernando Alonso taking his McLaren to P8. Toro Rosso missed out on the top ten.
Fernando Alonso has explained why ran very wide at the final corner which ended all hope of him reaching Q3 at the Red Bull Ring.