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McLaren stalwart Tyler Alexander dies at 75

McLaren stalwart Tyler Alexander dies at 75

American Tyler Alexander died on Thursday at the age of 75.

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 a ''time bomb'' waiting to explode, says Mark Webber

Fernando Alonso a ''time bomb'' waiting to explode, says Mark Webber

Alonso said that his intention was to race next year but fell short of a 100 percent commitment.

Fernando Alonso could take a sabbatical in 2016, says Ron Dennis

Fernando Alonso could take a sabbatical in 2016, says Ron Dennis

Alonso joined McLaren this season but has scored only 11 points from 18 races in a poor ever season.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: F1 champion Lewis Hamilton hits back at critics with speed, tops opening FP

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: F1 champion Lewis Hamilton hits back at critics with speed, tops opening FP

Hamilton was attacked by his former McLaren team boss Ron Dennis and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

McLaren parts ways with Kevin Magnussen

McLaren parts ways with Kevin Magnussen

Formula One outfit McLaren has dropped Kevin Magnussen as its reserve driver, according to reports published on Friday.

F1 should keep radio messages private: Fernando Alonso

F1 should keep radio messages private: Fernando Alonso

 After his controversial outburst at McLaren was broadcast live at the Japanese Grand Prix, Formula One driver Fernando Alonso has said that the sport's radio messages should stay between driver and team.

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.

Martin Whitmarsh fears F1 could ''crash and burn''

Martin Whitmarsh fears F1 could ''crash and burn''

Former McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh says he is saddened by the current state of Formula One and fears it may "crash and burn" before eventually recovering.

Jenson Button a non-starter in Bahrain GP

Jenson Button a non-starter in Bahrain GP

Even the back of the grid was beyond the reach of McLaren`s Jenson Button on Sunday after an electrical failure ruled the Briton out of the Bahrain Grand Prix before the start.

Bernie Ecclestone tells teams to stop complaining

Bernie Ecclestone tells teams to stop complaining

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone told teams to stop moaning and focus on improving on Friday after an uprising of complaints rocked the start of the new season.

McLaren boss `failed` over concussion denial

McLaren boss `failed` over concussion denial

McLaren boss Ron Dennis said he was wrong to deny Fernando Alonso was concussed when he crashed in testing, as the team prepared to start the Formula One season without the two-time world champion.

Fernando Alonso to miss season-opening Australian GP

Fernando Alonso to miss season-opening Australian GP

Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso will miss the opening race of the 2015 season in Australia after suffering concussion in a crash in testing, his McLaren team confirmed on Tuesday.

McLaren boss confident Fernando Alonso will be fit for season opener

McLaren boss confident Fernando Alonso will be fit for season opener

McLaren chief executive Ron Dennis has insisted that Fernando Alonso should be ready to race at the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia despite spending three nights in hospital following a crash in testing last week.

McLaren will climb the mountain, says Ron Dennis

McLaren will climb the mountain, says Ron Dennis

McLaren have a mountain to climb with Honda in Formula One this season, with plenty of challenges along the way but they will get there in the end, group head Ron Dennis said on Tuesday.

McLaren unveil Honda-powered MP4-30

McLaren unveil Honda-powered MP4-30

McLaren unveiled their new car, the MP4-30, which will be piloted by former world champions Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button in 2015, in an online presentation on Thursday.

McLaren put the emphasis on technology

McLaren put the emphasis on technology

The McLaren Group, which includes the Formula One team, is changing its name to reflect the company`s diversification away from pure racing activities and into applied technology.

F1 teams McLaren, Sauber pass crash tests

F1 teams McLaren, Sauber pass crash tests

Two teams have started preparations for the 2015 Formula One season in earnest. Both McLaren and Sauber have announced that their respective chassis have passed mandatory FIA crash tests.

Determined Fernando Alonso eyes wins in 'long-term relationship' with McLaren

Determined Fernando Alonso eyes wins in 'long-term relationship' with McLaren

Double-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso said that he is looking forward to attain success with the newly joined McLaren-Honda team.

Bahrain fund sells McLaren shares to Ron Dennis

Bahrain fund sells McLaren shares to Ron Dennis

Bahrain`s sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat has agreed to sell some of its stake in McLaren to the Formula One team`s overall head Ron Dennis, who is set to become the majority shareholder.