McLaren to cut 1,200 jobs, including F1 roles
British carmaker McLaren has announced a cut of 1,200 jobs, including roles in its Formula One team, as part of a proposed restructuring programme to counter the coronavirus pandemic.
McLaren targets championship within next five years
McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes his team is on a journey back to competitiveness but is refusing to set lofty targets for the 2019 season.
Sainz wants to put McLaren 'back where it belongs'
Carlos Sainz says he has joined McLaren in the belief the struggling British team can return to the front of the Formula One grid.
Alonso and McLaren confirm 2019 return to Indy 500
McLaren and Fernando Alonso will return to the Indianapolis 500 next year as the Spanish driver continues his pursuit of motorsport's triple crown.
McLaren-Renault off to a strong start
Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne both finished in the points as McLaren started anew with Renault power units.
Vandoorne: Undriveable McLaren felt like a rally car
Stoffel Vandoorne says his McLaren Formula One car handled like "a rally car" during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, after encountering damage early on in the race.
Hamilton prevails in Belgium after Vettel duel
Lewis Hamilton secured an important victory in this year's championship after holding off title rival Sebastian Vettel for 44 laps at the Belgian Grand Prix.
How drivers are spending F1's summer break
While fans try to avoid boredom without their Formula One fix for a whole month, ESPN charts how some of the 2017 F1 grid are spending their free time away from the circuit during their four-week summer break.
Mercedes: No McLaren talks until Honda split
Mercedes will not enter into discussions with McLaren about a 2018 engine supply unless it severs ties with Honda first.
Alonso expects grid penalty in Baku
Fernando Alonso is expecting another grid penalty at this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix after suffering more Honda reliability issues at the last round in Canada.
McLaren: Honda failure 'simply not good enough'
Tensions between McLaren and Honda continue to grow after racing director Eric Boullier labelled the Japanese manufacturer's engine failure in Canada as "simply, and absolutely, not good enough".
Alonso: Honda situation is 'not nice' to endure
Fernando Alonso says Honda's repeated failures are "not nice" to endure week after week when the McLaren team is working so hard for results.
Alonso on doing a full IndyCar season: Why not?
Fernando Alonso has refused to rule out a full season of IndyCar in future, replying, "Why not?" when asked about the possibility of a switch to the North American series.
McLaren ends victory drought in Canada...on the water
McLaren-Honda finally remembers that winning feeling in Formula One by winning the returning raft race at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Alonso: Honda power deficit means 12th is like pole
Fernando Alonso says his qualifying lap at the Canadian Grand Prix was his best performance of the year and felt akin to securing pole position.
McLaren: Our fans deserve answers from Honda
McLaren executive director Zak Brown says his public criticism of Honda was for fans and partners of the team who "deserve answers" about the manufacturer's current situation.
Alonso will stay if McLaren wins by September
Fernando Alonso will stay at McLaren-Honda if the team wins by September, but has refused to give a more definitive answer on his plans for 2018.
McLaren reaching 'fork in the road' with 'lost' Honda
McLaren executive director Zak Brown expresses "serious concerns" Honda can recover from its current situation, with the Japanese manufacturer set to miss an upgrade originally slated for the Canadian GP.
McLaren braced for 'tricky' Canadian Grand Prix
McLaren boss Eric Boullier says the team should expect a "tricky" weekend at the Canadian Grand Prix despite the return of Fernando Alonso.
'Phenomenal' Alonso can claim to be F1's best - Andretti
Mario Andretti thinks Fernando Alonso's "phenomenal" debut at the Indy 500 has raised his stock in Formula One enough that he can claim to be the sport's best driver.
McLaren considering 'all options' for 2018
All options are on the table in order to return McLaren to the front of the grid in 2018, according to the team's executive director Zak Brown.
Alonso's bittersweet Indy 500 adds to legend of his career
The legend of Fernando Alonso continues to grow -- in more ways than one.
McLaren 'not surprised' by Honda engine letdown
McLaren's Formula One boss Zak Brown said it was "shocking," but not surprising, to see Fernando Alonso's rookie Indy 500 appearance scuppered by a Honda engine failure.
Alonso's Indy 500 ends with Honda engine failure
Fernando Alonso's Indy 500 debut ended in circumstances he has grown used to in Formula One: a Honda engine failure.
Button handed grid penalty for Wehrlein collision
Following his collision with Pascal Wehrlein at the Monaco Grand Prix, Jenson Button has been given a three-place grid penalty for a race he is unlikely to ever take part in.
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