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15hNate 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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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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4dLaurence 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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6dNate 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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7dNate Saunders

Dennis: McLaren will dethrone Mercedes

Ron Dennis is convinced it will be McLaren, not Ferrari or Red Bull, which will put an end to Mercedes' dominance in Formula One.

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10dLaurence Edmondson

Vandoorne: 'Very good shot' at McLaren drive

Stoffel Vandoorne says he has a "very good" chance of securing a race drive with McLaren next year and is hoping McLaren makes a decision on his future soon.

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15dLaurence Edmondson

Software issue caused Alonso retirement

McLaren revealed a software command issue cut the engine on Fernando Alonso's car at the Spanish Grand Prix and forced him to retire from the race.

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15dNate Saunders

Alonso: No satisfaction seeing Ferrari off the pace

Fernando Alonso insists he takes no joy in seeing former team Ferrari struggling to match the lofty expectations of president Sergio Marchionne and threaten Mercedes for poles and victories.

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16dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso rates McLaren chassis ahead of Ferrari's

Fernando Alonso says data from Spanish Grand Prix qualifying can be used to show that McLaren's chassis is only second to Mercedes' and Red Bull's on the 2016 grid.

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18dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso expecting upgraded McLaren to make Q3

Fernando Alonso would be surprised if McLaren does not have the pace to make the top ten in qualifying at the Spanish Grand Prix.

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25dNate Saunders

Button on Verstappen promotion: 'Really?'

Jenson Button has reacted with surprise at Red Bull's decision to replace Daniil Kvyat with Max Verstappen, saying the young Dutchman has "time on his hands".

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27dLaurence Edmondson

Honda open to supplying two more teams

Honda is willing to supply up two more teams next year if it is required to do so under the sport's recent engine agreement.

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29dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso set quick lap 'just to wake up'

Fernando Alonso has revealed he turned up the power on his Honda engine for one quick lap during the Russian Grand Prix "just to wake up".

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30dNate Saunders

Button encouraged by slim margin to Q3

Jenson Button thinks McLaren can be satisfied by how close it came to making it through to Q3 in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.

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30dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso: McLaren didn't deserve to make Q3

Fernando Alonso says McLaren is just shy of competing for a Q3 position on merit after qualifying 14th in Russia.

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31dNate Saunders

Button: 'We've been quick on Fridays before'

Jenson Button is refusing to get carried away with McLaren's promising start to the weekend in Russia after it finished FP2 with both cars in the top ten.

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32dNate Saunders

Alonso: Overtaking not key to 2017 regulations

Fernando Alonso thinks overtaking can be too easy in modern Formula One and says the fear of having less of it in 2017 should not be a reason to push back against proposed regulation changes.

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33dLaurence Edmondson

Button: Not just one area to improve

Jenson Button says McLaren has to improve on all areas of its car to compete at the front, not just its Honda power unit.

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35dLaurence Edmondson

Honda not satisfied despite progress

Honda says it is still not satisfied with the progress it has made with its power unit, despite making a significant step on last year.

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