2dNate Saunders

Button vents over 'pathetic' F1 radio rules

Jenson Button vented his frustration at F1's "pathetic" radio rules after he was penalised for what seemed to be a safety issue during the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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3dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso: Frustration led to spin

Fernando Alonso said the spin that effectively decided the battle for pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix was borne out of frustration.

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4dNate Saunders

Button: Unusual grip at resurfaced Hungaroring

Jenson Button says the resurfaced Hungaroring is fun to drive, even if it is leading to sudden lossess of tyre grip which had made him "feel like an amateur".

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4dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso cautious over McLaren pace

Fernando Alonso is treating McLaren's promising Friday practice performance with caution after he and teammate Jenson Button finished seventh and eighth in FP2 for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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5dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso: F1 distracted by small issues

Fernando Alonso believes debates over track limits and radio rules are only talked about in the sport because the on-track racing is not exciting enough.

7dNate Saunders

Alonso: 2017 title still the aim

Fernando Alonso is still convinced McLaren can aim for the championship in 2017 despite failing to record a podium so far this season.

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13dNate Saunders

Vandoorne: I can match pace of Alonso, Button

Stoffel Vandoorne thinks he's already proven to McLaren he has "similar speed" to Fernando Alonso and Jesnon Button as he continues pushing for a 2017 race seat.

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13dLaurence Edmondson

Honda uses test to validate update performance

Honda is confident in the performance and reliability of its most recent engine update after completing two days of testing at Silverstone this week.

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14dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso tops first day of Silverstone testing

Fernando Alonso finished the first day of this week's Silverstone test at the top of the timesheets after rain during lunch prevented any improvements in the afternoon.

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16dNate Saunders

Alonso frustrated McLaren did not gamble

Fernando Alonso thinks McLaren should have tried to "invent something" different on strategy after toiling to 13th at the British Grand Prix.

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18dLaurence Edmondson

Honda encouraged by Friday practice

Honda says the results from the first day of running its engine upgrade were "surprisingly encouraging" as both McLaren's finished Friday practice at the British Grand Prix in the top ten.

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19dNate Saunders

Button: Reliability issues show we are pushing

Jenson Button says he does not mind McLaren's recent reliability issues as they come as a result of the team exploring the absolute limits of the car and engine.

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22dNate Saunders

Button: Silverstone podium 'won't be possible'

Jenson Button is refusing to think of a first podium in front of a home crowd at Silverstone despite his strong showing at the Austrian Grand Prix.

23dNate Saunders

Button: Sixth much better than we expected

Jenson Button admitted sixth position was "much better" than McLaren expected after he rounded off a strong weekend with an impressive drive at the Austrian Grand Prix.

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24dLewis Larkam

Alonso: Rain threat 'stress' caused tyre error

Fernando Alonso says a "stress moment" at McLaren caused the tyre mix-up which ultimately led to him qualifying 14th on the grid for Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix.

25dNate Saunders

Button thrilled with 'mega' third for McLaren

Jenson Button joked F1 should be run in changeable conditions every weekend after a "mega" qualifying session in Austria left him third on the grid for Sunday's race.

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25dNate Saunders

Alonso: More to come from McLaren

Fernando Alonso is sure there is more to come from McLaren after the opening day of practice for the Austrian Grand Prix.

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26dNate Saunders

Rosberg: No need for another radio rule change

Nico Rosberg says there is no need for Formula One to make another revision to its radio ban after the problems which hit his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in Baku.

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26dNate Saunders

Alonso: Honda ahead of Merc at same point

Fernando Alonso thinks Honda is currently ahead of where Mercedes at the same stage of its own V6 project and remains confident of returning to the front of the grid next season.

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