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3dNate Saunders

McLaren expects more pain at Monza

McLaren drivers think team will continue Spa struggles at Italian Grand Prix before unleashing 'A-game" with Honda's new engine at Singapore.

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9dNate Saunders

Alonso: 105-place grid penalty deserves a cake

Spaniard has poked fun of misleading severity of McLaren's Belgian Grand Prix grid penalty, which effectively means both drivers will start from the back row.

9dLaurence Edmondson

McLaren drivers hit with 105-place grid penalties

McLaren fitted new engines to both its cars ahead of final practice and qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix in order to increase its pool of fresh power units for future rounds.

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12dNate Saunders

Vandoorne: 'Nothing decided' for 2016

GP2 series leader Stoffel Vandoorne admits he is still in the dark over McLaren's 2016 plans and remains solely focused on winning feeder championship title.

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19dLaurence Edmondson

Boullier wary of frustration creeping in at McLaren

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier is hoping a policy of "honesty and transparency" will be enough to keep his drivers motivated during the team's struggle.

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Arai soaking up pressure from Honda board

Honda F1 boss Yasuhisa Arai says he is comfortable soaking up "big pressure" from his board in Japan, but is confident he still has their full support.

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28dLaurence Edmondson

Alonso vents frustration at current F1 regulations

Fernando Alonso admits he has been tempted to race in other motorsport categories because of the increasingly restrictive set of regulations governing Formula One.

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29dNate Saunders

Original McLaren-Honda domination took five years

Former McLaren driver Stefan Johansson says team's current struggles with Honda are 'not that much different' to Japanese manufacturer's original struggles in F1 before 1988-1991 dominance.

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31dNate Saunders

McLaren wants Honda to poach talent from rivals

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier thinks Honda could benefit with bringing in staff who have knowledge from other manufacturers to speed development.

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36dNate Saunders

Fifth a 'little present' for McLaren - Alonso

Fernando Alonso benefited from chaos around him to finish fifth in Hungary, his and McLaren's best result of a frustrating 2015 campaign.

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37dNate Saunders

Alonso: Pushing car home proves I still love F1

Spaniard pushed car back to the garage after suffering battery failure in Q2 at Hungaroring, only to find that meant he could not return to the track later in the session.

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38dLaurence Edmondson

Fernando Alonso plays down practice pace

Fernando Alonso is not convinced McLaren will be able to turn its top ten position in Friday practice into a Q3 showing during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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