Honda to stick with same PU concept next year
Honda will stick with its current power unit concept next year despite a disastrous opening half of the 2017 season with McLaren.
McLaren optimistic Alonso will stay in 2018
McLaren is confident Fernando Alonso will remain with the team in 2018 following an encouraging dinner meeting between senior management and the Spaniard ahead of the British Grand Prix.
Alonso: We need rivals to make 25 pit stops
Fernando Alonso say he was pleased to reward McLaren's recent hard work with top spot in Q1, though he admits its British Grand Prix prospects look bleak without "chaos" unfolding in the race.
Alonso gets 30-place grid drop at Silverstone
Fernando Alonso's British Grand Prix grid penalty has risen to a combined 30 places after multiple component changes to his Honda power unit overnight.
McLaren open to restructuring F1's revenue payments
McLaren boss Zak Brown says the team is open to "short-term sacrifices" to help Formula One in the long term, namely by helping the sport restructure its imbalanced revenue distribution system.
Alonso: Kvyat mistake a basic error
Fernando Alonso reckons Daniil Kvyat made a rookie error after causing a first corner crash in the Austrian Grand Prix which took out both the McLaren driver and Max Verstappen.
McLaren a Q3 contender 'in normal circumstances', says Alonso
Fernando Alonso says McLaren can now aim to be in Formula One's top-ten shootout in "normal circumstances" after narrowly missing out ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Alonso 'optimistic' of strong Austrian GP
Fernando Alonso says he is "optimistic" McLaren can put in a strong performance at this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix, with the team set to be boosted by an upgraded Honda engine.
McLaren to run new-spec Honda in Austria
McLaren is expecting to make a step forward at this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix after engine supplier Honda confirmed both cars would race its upgraded 'Spec Three' power unit.
Boullier: Vandoorne's start 'not as good' as we expected
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has confessed the start of Stoffel Vandoorne's Formula One career has fallen short of expectations, though he believes some of that is down to the team's poor performance.
Dennis formally splits with McLaren
Ron Dennis' storied affiliation with McLaren has officially ended after he reached an agreement to sell his shareholdings in McLaren Technology Group and McLaren Automotive.
Alonso hints at 2018 plans coming together
Despite starting from the back row of the grid with a 40-place engine penalty at Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Fernando Alonso says his Baku weekend has been "very positive" from a personal perspective.
Boullier: Baku is most painful weekend ever
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has labelled the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as one of the most painful weekends he has ever had in Formula One.
Alonso's grid penalty reaches 40 places
Fernando Alonso's grid penalty for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix has increased to 40 places after another new Honda power unit was fitted to his McLaren after Friday practice.
FIA confirms grid penalties for McLarens
Both McLarens have been issued with a 15-place grid penalty at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after new turbochargers and MGU-H components were fitted to the cars of Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne on Friday.
Alonso: I'm driving better than ever before
In the absence of a points-scoring finish, Fernando Alonso says the quality of his own performances is providing him with motivation this season.
McLaren set for double Azerbaijan grid penalty
Stoffel Vandoorne says he and McLaren teammate Fernando Alonso are both set to receive grid penalties for this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Mercedes: No McLaren talks until Honda split
Mercedes will not enter into discussions with McLaren about a 2018 engine supply unless it severs ties with Honda first.
Alonso expects grid penalty in Baku
Fernando Alonso is expecting another grid penalty at this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix after suffering more Honda reliability issues at the last round in Canada.
McLaren: Honda failure 'simply not good enough'
Tensions between McLaren and Honda continue to grow after racing director Eric Boullier labelled the Japanese manufacturer's engine failure in Canada as "simply, and absolutely, not good enough".
Alonso: Honda situation is 'not nice' to endure
Fernando Alonso says Honda's repeated failures are "not nice" to endure week after week when the McLaren team is working so hard for results.
Alonso on doing a full IndyCar season: Why not?
Fernando Alonso has refused to rule out a full season of IndyCar in future, replying, "Why not?" when asked about the possibility of a switch to the North American series.
McLaren ends victory drought in Canada...on the water
McLaren-Honda finally remembers that winning feeling in Formula One by winning the returning raft race at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Alonso: Honda power deficit means 12th is like pole
Fernando Alonso says his qualifying lap at the Canadian Grand Prix was his best performance of the year and felt akin to securing pole position.
Sauber has 'no reason to doubt' Honda
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn insists she has "no reason" to doubt incoming engine supplier Honda despite the manufacturer's seemingly hopeless current situation with McLaren.
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