16hNate Saunders

Dennis clarifies Alonso sabbatical comments

Ron Dennis says he 'made it explicity clear' Fernando Alonso will drive for McLaren next year when he mentioned the possibility of the Spaniard taking a sabbatical in 2016.

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2dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso cools talk of 2016 sabbatical

Fernando Alonso says he has no intention to take a sabbatical from Formula One next year after McLaren boss Ron Dennis suggested it could be a possibility.

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2dNate Saunders

Button disappointed to miss Q3

Jenson Button thinks McLaren could have made Q3 in Abu Dhabi and expects a difficult race down the straights at Yas Marina.

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3dNate Saunders

Alonso: 'Tomorrow we will not be ninth'

Fernando Alonso thinks there are 'many things' behind his surprising ninth-place finish in FP2 and thinks McLaren should not expect a repeat from qualifying on Saturday.

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5dNate Saunders

Painful 2015 was 'necessary' for Alonso

Fernando Alonso says difficult first season with McLaren-Honda has only served to return his motivation and hunger to win a third world championship before he retires.

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6dNate Saunders

Honda: McLaren relationship stronger than ever

Honda motorsport boss Yashuisa Arai says relationship with McLaren has 'become stronger' throughout 2015 despite the big problems encountered by the partnership this year.

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8dLaurence Edmondson

Honda's ideas are 'very unique' - Alonso

Fernando Alonso says it will be very difficult for Honda's rivals to copy its ideas once the Japanese manufacturer starts to perform.

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12dLaurence Edmondson

McLaren: Mercedes' 2017 safety concerns are 'desperate'

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes Mercedes is trying to protect its current advantage by casting doubts over the safety of Formula One's planned rule changes in 2017.

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15dNate Saunders

Finishing was top priority for Alonso

Fernando Alonso just happy to finish the Brazilian Grand Prix after suffering 'strange' power problems during the race.

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18dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso: McLaren will be 'very competitive' in 2016

Fernando Alonso would be surprised if McLaren does not return to the front of the field next season, such is his belief that the team will turn its fortunes around over the winter.

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21dNate Saunders

Alonso 'still seeing progress' at McLaren

Fernando Alonso insists McLaren has shown progress 'in every area' -- albeit minimal -- in recent races and expects that to continue in Brazil.

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25dNate Saunders

Button to drive at Race of Champions

Jenson Button becomes the sixth driver from the current grid to sign up for the head-to-head Race of Champions event at London's Olympic Stadium.

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26dNate Saunders

Vandoorne secures Super Formula test

Newly-crowned GP2 champion set for rookie test on November 25 with McLaren looking for best options if it cannot secure him an F1 race seat next season.

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