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13dLaurence Edmondson

Button: Baku track a step backwards for safety

Jenson Button has raised concerns about the lack of run-off at some of Baku's corners and believes the pit entry is an example of safety measures moving backwards.

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13dNate Saunders

Alonso: Too early to write off 2016

Fernando Alonso says McLaren cannot afford to abandon 2016 at this stage of the current season if it wants to be a true title contender next year.

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19dLaurence Edmondson

McLaren pace in Montreal doesn't surprise Button

Jenson Button says it is no surprise to him that he was able to set the seventh fastest time during Friday practice at the Canadian Grand Prix.

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20dLaurence Edmondson

Honda introduces upgraded turbo in Canada

Honda has upgraded its turbocharger ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, but Fernando Alonso says the update is aimed at improving the harvesting capability of the power unit rather than a pure BHP

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20dNate Saunders

Button: Big points still a long way off

Jenson Button admits it is "going to be a while" until McLaren is in a position to challenge for "big points" despite recent gains made by the team.

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21dLaurence Edmondson

FIA reveals more details of Alonso's horror crash

The FIA has released further details of Fernando Alonso's accident at the Australian Grand Prix this year, including the massive G-forces experienced by the driver.

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22dKate Walker

Why 'happy' Alonso has no regrets

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso speaks exclusively about why he has no regrets over his career choices -- and why McLaren is where he will win his third world title.

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25dNate Saunders

McLaren not considering 2017 line-up yet

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says the team is not yet thinking about its 2017 driver line-up as it could create a "distraction".

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26dNate Saunders

Massa unfazed by Button-Williams rumours

Felipe Massa is not worried about being replaced by Jenson Button at Williams next year amid speculation the 2009 champion will return to where he started his career.

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27dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso: Monaco result flatters to deceive

Fernando Alonso has warned against reading too much into his fifth-place finish at the Monaco Grand Prix, saying McLaren's true place in the competitive order is three or four places lower.

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31dNate Saunders

Alonso briefly thought podium was possible

Fernando Alonso said his mind briefly drifted to the possibility of a podium during the Monaco Grand Prix, where he recorded a season's best fifth position for McLaren.

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33dNate Saunders

Alonso: 2016 could be Rosberg's best chance

Fernando Alonso says Nico Rosberg may never get a better chance to win his first Formula One championship than the one currently in front of him.

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34dLaurence Edmondson

Button on drain incident: I got lucky

Jenson Button said he was lucky come away from first practice at the Monaco Grand Prix with nothing more than a broken front wing after running over a loose drain cover on the exit of Ste Devote.

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36dNate Saunders

Honda: Monaco a great chance for McLaren

Honda chief Yusuke Hasegawa thinks McLaren can be competitive "throughout the weekend" in Monaco due to the characteristics of Monte Carlo's street circuit.

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