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Mika Hakkinen believes Fernando Alonso should not take one-year sabbatical from F1

Mika Hakkinen believes Fernando Alonso should not take one-year sabbatical from F1

Alonso had previously confirmed that he will participate in next year's F1 races, starting with the Australian Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso calls F1 less 'fun' than other motorsports

Fernando Alonso calls F1 less 'fun' than other motorsports

Alonso said that there was an immediate need to bring some consistency in the race in order to keep it fair.

Jenson Button staying at McLaren, says Dennis

Jenson Button staying at McLaren, says Dennis

Britain`s Jenson Button looks set to stay with McLaren next season despite speculation of a rift with team boss Ron Dennis over contract talks.

Jenson Button hails Lewis Hamilton as one of the fastest drivers in F1 history

Jenson Button hails Lewis Hamilton as one of the fastest drivers in F1 history

Formula 1 driver Jenson Button ahead of this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix heaped praise on Lewis Hamilton as one of the "quickest ever" drivers in the history of F1.

McLaren fit new Honda engines, escape penalty

McLaren fit new Honda engines, escape penalty

Struggling McLaren are free to fit new engines for both Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button without any penalty at this weekend`s Hungarian Grand Prix.

McLaren feeling the pain on and off the track

McLaren feeling the pain on and off the track

McLaren have acknowledged that their lack of Formula One success is hurting commercially in terms of lost revenues and sponsor appeal.

Jenson Button hopes Fernando Alonso will make him look slow

Jenson Button hopes Fernando Alonso will make him look slow

No Formula One driver wants to be beaten by his team mate but McLaren`s Jenson Button is prepared to make an exception to the rule in Austria this weekend.

McLaren see no risk of Fernando Alonso meltdown

McLaren see no risk of Fernando Alonso meltdown

McLaren are confident their relationship with Fernando Alonso is not about to go into meltdown after the Spaniard made his frustration evident in Sunday`s Canadian Grand Prix

McLaren keen to avoid blame game with Honda

McLaren keen to avoid blame game with Honda

McLaren are keen to help their Formula One partners Honda accelerate their progress as the struggling union seeks to recover from another disappointing double retirement at the Canadian Grand Prix.

Jenson Button ends McLaren's points drought

Jenson Button ends McLaren's points drought

Jenson Button scored the first points of McLaren`s new Formula One partnership with Honda in Monaco on Sunday and said it felt like winning a race.

Fernando Alonso ready to race in Malaysia, say McLaren

Fernando Alonso ready to race in Malaysia, say McLaren

Fernando Alonso will race in Sunday`s Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix providing he passes final fitness tests at the Sepang circuit, his McLaren team said on Monday.

McLaren set to announce 2015 drivers

McLaren could put a spring in Jenson Button`s step, or bring down the curtain on the 2009 world champion`s Formula One career, on Thursday when they are expected to announce their 2015 driver lineup.

Magnussen shines light in McLaren gloom

Cheery smiles and high-fives were a rare sight in the McLaren garage last year, but new boy Kevin Magnussen inspired a bout of happy back-slapping when he put the British team on the second row for Sunday`s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

Kevin Magnussen tops first Bahrain testing session

McLaren`s Formula One rookie Kevin Magnussen posted the quickest time on the morning session of the opening day of pre-season testing in Bahrain on Wednesday.

Jenson Button saves face for McLaren with fourth

McLaren, the second most successful team in Formula One, have rarely welcomed a fourth place as much as they did at the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday.

McLaren look to skies as historic low looms

McLaren looked to the skies for help after Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying left them ever closer to ending the Formula One season on a historic low.

Sergio Perez 95 percent confident of staying in F1

Mexican Sergio Perez believes he now has a 95 percent chance of staying in Formula One next season after being dropped by McLaren.

Sergio Perez not about to go quietly from McLaren

Sergio Perez gave McLaren food for thought on Saturday after comfortably outqualifying team mate Jenson Button at the US Grand Prix.

McLaren hope to find Magnussen a seat in F1

Young Danish driver Kevin Magnussen and Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne both deserve to be in Formula One and will get there eventually, according to McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh.

Hamilton blasts McLaren for ‘throwing him out’ of garage

Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton has slammed his former team McLaren for forbidding him from entering their team garage.