McLaren racing director Eric Boullier thinks Honda could benefit with bringing in staff who have knowledge from other manufacturers to speed development.
Fernando Alonso benefited from chaos around him to finish fifth in Hungary, his and McLaren's best result of a frustrating 2015 campaign.
Spaniard pushed car back to the garage after suffering battery failure in Q2 at Hungaroring, only to find that meant he could not return to the track later in the session.
Fernando Alonso is not convinced McLaren will be able to turn its top ten position in Friday practice into a Q3 showing during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Eric Boullier says first-lap accidents for Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button in Austria and Great Britain have slowed the progress McLaren hoped to make.
Honda is aiming to offer McLaren full use of its energy recovery system [ERS] at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
McLaren believes a second Honda-powered team on the F1 grid is the last thing the beleaguered engine manufacturer needs at the moment.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier insists there are seconds, not tenths, to be unlocked from the team's current package from both the chassis and its Honda power unit.
Fernando Alonso says 'the podium will be a consequence of hard work and time', insisting McLaren can dig itself out of the doldrums and return to podium contention.
Jenson Button has a two-year contract with McLaren but admits his future at the team is far from certain, with Woking outfit believed to hold an option to extend his drive into 2016.
Watch a video of the Spaniard tearing through the field during a karting race at the Daytona circuit at Sandown Park.
World Motor Sport Council confirms a change in the weighting of junior categories for driving hoping to get licence they require in Formula One; also confirms extra power unit for Honda.
Honda boss Yasuhisa Arai happy to turn focus to upping the power in the engine now the manufacturer is over the worst of its reliability problems.
Spaniard thinks teams have 'tied hands' when it comes to making significant progress in a season due to restrictive regulations.
A GP2 championship victory will not guarantee McLaren reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne a place in Formula One next year.
Lewis Hamilton is hoping his old team McLaren returns to competitiveness soon after a difficult start to its new partnership with Honda.
McLaren's struggles have resulted in a war of words between team boss Ron Dennis and BBC TV pundit Eddie Jordan, culminating in Dennis labelling Jordan a "village idiot".
Fernando Alonso says McLaren is still a long way from where it needs to be despite scoring his first point of the season at the British Grand Prix.
Lotus blames "over-exubarence" of Daniel Ricciardo for collision but Fernando Alonso accuses both its drivers of lacking common sense and being too aggressive.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier admits his team's lack of on-track success is starting to damage its brand and its ability to attract new sponsors.
Button says he and team-mate Fernando Alonso know they have to stay positive after qualifying 17th and 18th for the British Grand Prix.
Both McLaren drivers were eliminated from Q1 in front of team's home crowd and Spaniard thinks worse is to come.
2009 world champion says British Grand Prix is another "test bed" for McLaren as it continues to recover from woeful start to the season.
Spaniard says McLaren can only match the pace of Sauber after a troublesome Friday of limited running at Silverstone.
Some fans posted videos online suggesting he had made contact with Raikkonen before Austria crash; hopes to avoid Silverstone grid penalty for damage sustained by engine
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