Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will be team mates at McLaren next year – but they have been once before.
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Mercedes moved the goalposts a long way in 2014. The W05’s lap time advantage was almost twice that Red Bull enjoyed during their best year.
Nico Hulkenberg had his first test in Porsche’s 919 LMP1 car at Motorland Aragon in Spain earlier this week.
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McLaren CEO Ron Dennis says he intends to help support F1’s struggling teams in order to prevent it becoming necessary for his to run a third car in the future.
Jenson Button says he was keen to agree a long-term commitment to McLaren after agreeing to a new two-year contract to drive for the Honda-powered team.
Fernando Alonso and Ron Dennis agree they have “unfinished business” together following Alonso’s return to McLaren, as they aim to put 2007 behind them.