Fernando Alonso cautioned against judging the changes made to the Mexico’s F1 track on the strength of its first race this weekend.
Fernando Alonso drew encouragement from his comparison with Lewis Hamilton in Austin and expects McLaren to copy rivals’ developments over the winter.
Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso have been given time penalties following their incidents in the Russian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso admitted his radio outburst about Honda’s “GP2” engines during the Japanese Grand Prix was not his first this year.
Fernando Alonso has complained about the broadcasting of team radio messages after he was heard describing his Honda power unit as a “GP2 engine”.
Fernando Alonso has said he he should have left Ferrari “one or two years” earlier than he did.
The stewards have cleared all five drivers who were involved in the first-lap collision at the British Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso escaped a grid penalty for tomorrow’s British Grand Prix after his team fitted the wrong tyre to his car during qualifying.
Fernando Alonso said his dramatic first-lap crash with Kimi Raikkonen was caused by the Ferrari driver losing control.
Daniel Ricciardo, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will all have to serve penalties after the Austrian Grand Prix begins.
Fernando Alonso and Daniel Ricciardo are set to receive penalties for changing power unit components this weekend.
Fuel saving was a major preoccupation for both McLaren drivers during the Canadian Grand Prix – and both were destined not to finish on another difficult weekend for McLaren.
Both McLaren drivers said the Spanish Grand Prix had been a “scary” experience for them – for different reasons.
Fernando Alonso says he is not surprised by Ferrari’s strong start to the season despite having left the team at the end of last year.
Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button suspect the cooler temperatures usually seen at the Chinese Grand Prix will mitigate any progress McLaren has made with its car.
Fernando Alonso says he suspects a problem on his McLaren’s steering caused his crash during testing, rather than a gust of wind.
Fernando Alonso will return to racing this weekend as the FIA confirmed he if fit enough to participate in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso will return to action in this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix providing he passes an FIA medical inspection, McLaren has announced.
Fernando Alonso will not compete in the first race of the season in Australia, McLaren has confirmed.
Fernando Alonso will not participate in the final pre-season test following his crash on Sunday, McLaren has confirmed.