Aston Martin have issued an update on Fernando Alonso's F1 future.
Aston Marin have been left wondering what could have been after an excellent start to 2023.
"When you take this decision to do it, nevertheless, you know what the risk is, and then you cannot complain when it happens."
Fernando Alonso suffered a "sem-burn" as a result of a hot seat in Qatar.
Aston Martin have just a 49-point lead over the pursuing McLaren team, but is there one final hope left in the season?
"You’ve thrown me to the lions by stopping that early, mate. Unbelievable!"
On the podium six times in the first eight races, the Aston Martin train has slowed in recent races.
Lance Stroll has earned the praise of Aston Martin team boss Mike Krack, despite some struggles for results...
Red Bull enjoy a healthy advantage at the top of F1 but Aston Martin have an idea of when that could come to an end.
In an effort to make their car quicker, Aston Martin may have actually hurt their own performance.
Mike Krack admitted Aston Martin made development choice mistakes after their excellent start to this season.
Fernando Alonso crossed the line five seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton at the Canadian GP.
“The computer system says that if we had gone to inters, we would have probably come in front of Max."
With four P3s on the board, Fernando Alonso is dreaming of a first win with Aston Martin, or at least a P2.
Having made a huge leap forward in the off-season, Aston Martin's scope to improve is smaller than it was last season.
Even if Red Bull stood still, Mike Krack doesn't think Aston Martin could close the gap this season.
Mike Krack has a race in mind where he believes Fernando Alonso will complete Mission 33.
Might the Azerbaijan Grand Prix see a tweak to the Sprint qualifying format?
Aston Martin are firmly on an upward curve, but Australia last year is when they arguably hit rock bottom.
Mike Krack won't be responding to Red Bull's digs of "three Red Bulls" on the Bahrain podium.
Fernando Alonso wasn't too hard on his teammate Lance Stroll almost wiping him out on the opening lap of the race...
While fans salivate about a potential Fernando Alonso podium challenge, Aston Martin aren't buying into the hype just yet.
Lance Stroll's Bahrain GP destiny is not yet decided, while Mike Krack couldn't rule out a possible return for Sebastian Vettel...
Aston Martin won't be sharing details about Lance Stroll's injuries other than to say he hurt his "wrist".
Mike Krack hopes to have "transparent" conversations with Fernando Alonso at Aston Martin, through good and bad times.
Mike Krack claims Aston Martin's title "ambitions are credible" unlike some of their rivals' plans.
Mike Krack reckons he may not be "enough of a politician" as he'd rather speak about racing than floors and caps.
Work is well underway on Aston Martin's new factory which they hope will make them more efficient both in time and money.
Fernando Alonso has a reputation for being brutally honest but Mike Krack is not anticipating any clashes.
Fernando Alonso's reaction to his Mexican GP DNF showed Aston Martin his "dedication and motivation".