McLaren and engine supplier Honda will part ways at the end of the 2017 season, the team has confirmed.
Pre-season testing left many wondering how much longer McLaren can stand to continue with their power unit supplier Honda.
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Fernando Alonso says McLaren deserved to reach Q3 earlier than they did after he took one of the team’s cars into the top ten for the first time in their current association with Honda.
Jenson Button says Honda recognise the need for fundamental changes to their F1 power unit to bring them on terms with the front-running teams.
Fernando Alonso says he can cope with the pain from his injured ribs after returning to action for the first time since his Australian Grand Prix crash.
Jenson Button says the tyre pressures Pirelli is requiring teams to use this weekend are too high.
Fernando Alonso will race in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix after passing his medical inspection following first practice.
Fernando Alonso confirmed a rib fracture has kept him from competing in this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix and the injury could also rule him out of the next race in China.
Fernando Alonso will not take part in this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix after medical checks ruled him out of competition.
Jenson Button described Honda’s latest power unit development as the largest step they have made so far.
Honda has replaced Yasuhisa Arai in charge of its Formula One engine development programme.
McLaren’s early-season optimism that they would make substantial gains with their Honda power unit during the year was unfounded.
Stoffel Vandoorne headed the times for McLaren as F1 cars tested for the last time in 2015.