Alonso thinks he was 'sublime' before engine failure
Fernando Alonso is rarely one to downplay his own performances and this weekend has been no different.
Alonso: Lewis a more worthy four-time champion than Vettel
Fernando Alonso is happy with the notion of Lewis Hamilton being a four-time world champion like Sebastian Vettel as he feels the Mercedes driver deserves it more.
Alonso had doubts about continuing in F1
Fernando Alonso was considering quitting Formula One at the end of this year before he convinced himself to sign a new multi-year deal with McLaren.
Alonso to wear Indy 500 helmet at U.S. GP
Fernando Alonso will wear a replica of his Indy 500 helmet on his return to racing in America at the U.S. Grand Prix.
Honda problems result in Alonso grid penalty
Fernando Alonso will receive a 35-place grid penalty at the Japanese Grand Prix after McLaren-Honda was forced to change his car's power unit overnight.
Button 'fell out of love' with motorsport in 2016
Jenson Button believes he stayed in Formula One for one year too long, something he thinks drained his passion for racing.
Alonso: Red Bull win ups 2018 pressure on McLaren
Red Bull's Malaysian Grand Prix victory with the Renault power supply McLaren will use next year puts the team under pressure for 2018, according to Fernando Alonso.
Vandoorne on seventh: My best race so far
Stoffel Vandoorne rates his drive to seventh at the Malaysian Grand Prix the best of his fledgling Formula One career so far.
Alonso on 5th: McLaren still in a fight for Q3
Fernando Alonso still expects McLaren will need to fight for a place in Q3 at the Malaysian Grand Prix despite finishing in the top five of both Friday practice sessions.
Alonso punched hole in wall after Singapore DNF
Fernando Alonso remains convinced he could have claimed his "biggest achievement of the last decade" in Singapore if he had not been caught up in the first-corner incident which took him out of contention.
Honda salvaged Alonso's Singapore engine
Fernando Alonso will arrive in Malaysia without facing the immediate prospect of grid penalties after Honda confirmed his car's engine survived the heavy crash which prematurely ended his Singapore Grand Prix.
Analysing the winners and losers from 2018's engine shuffle
McLaren, Red Bull, Toro Rosso, Renault, Honda and Carlos Sainz were all involved in the engine shake-up for 2018 -- ESPN looks at who got the best and worst ends of the various deals which fell into place.
McLaren: Honda era 'a proper disaster'
McLaren team boss Eric Boullier says the team's lack of competitiveness during its partnership with Honda has been hugely damaging to its credibility.
Honda: McLaren struggled to adapt to change
Honda motorsport chief Masashi Yamamoto has criticised McLaren in the wake of its divorce from the Japanese engine manufacturer for being a "systematic" company that finds it hard to adapt to change.
McLaren two weeks behind schedule for 2018
McLaren's late switch from Honda to Renault power for 2018 has left it two weeks behind schedule, according to team boss Eric Boullier, though he does not believe it will cause a major setback to the team.
Alonso certain he could have won
Fernando Alonso believes McLaren had an opportunity to score its first podium since uniting with engine supplier Honda almost three years ago.
Alonso: Normality restored if McLaren is competitive
Fernando Alonso says it would feel as though "normality" had been restored, should McLaren become competitive again in 2018.
McLaren willing to spend 'big money' to retain Alonso
McLaren claims to be "very close" to securing a contract extension with Fernando Alonso beyond the end of this season.
McLaren confirms Honda split as 2018 deals fall into place
McLaren has confirmed the end of its partnership with Honda "by mutual consent" and the start of its new relationship with Renault from 2018.
Overpromising and underdelivering: A McLaren-Honda timeline
ESPN charts the relationship between chassis and engine manufacturer, from hopeful optimism ahead of season one to utter despair by season three.
Alonso insists he still has 2018 options 'everywhere'
Even though conventional paddock wisdom is that he is all but certain to remain at McLaren next season, Fernando Alonso says he is still yet to make a decision about where he will be driving in 2018.
Ecclestone blames McLaren for failed Honda partnership
Former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has blamed McLaren for its failed partnership with Honda and said the team is unlikely to be any happier with Renault, ahead of an engine switch expected to be confirmed this week.
McLaren and Honda set for divorce
McLaren is on the verge of confirming the end of its Honda deal and a new partnership with Renault, which would see the Japanese manufacturer supply Toro Rosso from 2018.
McLaren has 'Plan B and Plan C' if Alonso leaves
McLaren says it has back-up plans if Fernando Alonso opts not to continue at the team next year.
Alonso joins Real Madrid - sort of
Fernando Alonso has has been named as an official honorary member of his boyhood football club, Real Madrid.
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