Fernando Alonso doubts he will make it onto the podium this season, but has no immediate plans to retire.
Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button are confident of enjoying a competitive Hungarian GP after making the top 10 of the grid.
Fernando Alonso has made the bold claim that McLaren want to win the world championship next year, despite their current struggles.
Fernando Alonso says he is so committed to turning McLaren into winners again that he won't take holidays.
Fernando Alonso finished more than 1.5s clear on an encouraging first day of in-season testing for McLaren at Silverstone.
McLaren won't necessarily make a decision on their 2017 driver line-up by September, according to team boss Ron Dennis.
Fernando Alonso has told Sky Sports he would be happy with either Jenson Button or Stoffel Vandoorne as his McLaren team-mate.
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will run with new Honda turbochargers in their McLarens in Canada after an upgrade.
Fernando Alonso says it's possible McLaren will meet the belief of Ron Dennis that they will be F1's next world champs.
Fernando Alonso swaps his wheels for a ball as he stars in a charity football match against Claudio Ranieri's All Star team.
Fernando Alonso refused to get carried away despite leading McLaren into Q3 for the first time since Abu Dhabi in 2014.
Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari or McLaren? Which team do you think has the best driver line-up in Formula 1?
Fernando Alonso claims "artificial" overtaking moves do nothing to help F1 and faster cars will make the sport better in 2017.
Fernando Alonso says McLaren should target being regular points finishes after he and Jenson Button broke their 2016 duck in Sochi.
Fernando Alonso says cockpit protection is now imperative for F1 and argued "we don't need heroes in the sport right now".
Fernando Alonso claims he would beat any driver if he was in the same car and still harbours hopes of a third world title.
A disappointed Fernando Alonso feels McLaren simply didn't have the pace to challenge for points at the Chinese GP.
Who starred in the Shanghai sunshine and who wilted under the pressure?
A "massively frustrated" Fernando Alonso believes the late red flag in Q2 cost McLaren a belated return to the top 10 of the grid.
Fernando Alonso was delighted to return to the cockpit in China, but admits he is still in pain from his rib injury.
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