Fernando Alonso and Ron Dennis agree they have “unfinished business” together following Alonso’s return to McLaren, as they aim to put 2007 behind them.
Fernando Alonso’s return to McLaren has been rumoured for some time but the two split on such bad terms seven years ago it’s still a surprising development.
Fernando Alonso’s sensational return to McLaren for the 2015 season has been officially confirmed by the team.
Testing Honda’s new F1 engine before the end of the year was vital for McLaren, says racing director Eric Boullier, and its first run went “very, very well”.
The first Honda-powered Formula One car produced by McLaren in 22 years had its maiden run at Silverstone today.
Jenson Button says it’s easier to carry more speed into Parabolica now that the run-off area is more forgiving.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier said the progress made by the team in the Austrian Grand Prix was the first reflection of the changes made at the team over the winter.
Jenson Button says he and McLaren need to address their lack of competitiveness before turning their attention to extending his contract to drive for them.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is experiencing the normal difficulties new drivers have when they step up from one-make series to Formula One.
Jenson Button said a gamble on his second pit stop spoiled his race after finishing out of the points in Spain.
McLaren has denied reports Jenson Button’s participation in the Spanish Grand Prix is in doubt.
McLaren’s plan to announce a new title sponsor in the near future is still progressing, according to racing director Eric Boullier.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is going through the same learning process other rookie drivers he has worked with went through.
Ahead of the twentieth anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s death, Ron Dennis gave a candid account of the most famous driver who ever sat in one of his cars.
Eric Boullier says McLaren can emerge as the closest challenger to Mercedes.
McLaren are considering legal action following Red Bull’s announcement that Dan Fallows will continue to work for them.
Jenson Button expects McLaren to be more competitive in this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix on a track which should suit the MP4-29 better than Sepang did.
Kevin Magnussen and Jules Bianchi have had penalty points added to their licenses for infractions during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button says the high temperature at the Sepang International Circuit is exacerbating the weaknesses of the McLaren MP4-29.
Jenson Button says his McLaren is short on downforce at the moment but is encouraged that the team’s development programme is yielding results.