McLaren confirms Sainz as Alonso's replacement
McLaren has confirmed Carlos Sainz as one of its drivers for 2019, replacing Fernando Alonso at the team.
Alonso to retire at the end of the season
McLaren has announced Fernando Alonso will retire from Formula One at the end of the 2018 season.
Alonso's best moments
ESPN looks back at Fernando Alonso's 17-year Formula One career and picks out his best and most memorable moments.
How a year with McLaren in 2007 changed Alonso
Social media reaction to Alonso's news
The best social media reaction to Alonso's retirement from Formula One
Legendary designer Barnard on McLaren's recent struggles, Williams' uncertain future
Brawn: New teams after 2021 will be a measure of F1's success
Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn hopes changes to the regulations for 2021 will encourage new teams to enter the sport.
F1 could go all-electric in ten years
Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn says the sport could go all electric within the next ten years if it provides a better spectacle for the fans.
Mercedes launches F1 Esports team
Mercedes has become the latest Formula One team to launch its own Esports team ahead of this year's official F1 Esports Series.
Lewis: Bringing our 'A game' key to beating Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes has performed better as a team compared to Ferrari in the first half of the 2018 Formula One season.
Red Bull rules out signing Alonso because he causes 'chaos'
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has ruled out signing Fernando Alonso as Daniel Ricciardo's replacement on the grounds that the two-time world champion has brought "chaos" wherever he has driven.
Horner suspects Ricciardo's decision was linked to Max
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's decision to switch to Renault next year was partly influenced by the growing strength of current teammate Max Verstappen.
Red Bull's 2018: A season of failure and 'what-ifs'
A mixture of mechanical gremlins, unreliable Renault engines and driver errors has seen Red Bull fail to maximize their opportunities in 2018. Had things panned out differently, they could comfortably be leading the world championship.
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