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McLaren boss Ron Dennis re-iterates that Fernando Alonso will partner Jenson Button at the team next season.
The McLaren chief talks to Sky F1 about 2016, the team's finances and whether Fernando Alonso will be staying on...
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McLaren have admitted Fernando Alonso may take a sabbatical in 2016 - with the Spaniard failing to convincingly rule out the idea.
Jenson Button reckons Fernando Alonso has proved an even more formidable team-mate in race conditions than Lewis Hamilton.
Fernando Alonso insists he has no regrets about joining McLaren because he is still convinced they can dethrone Mercedes.
Watch as Fernando Alonso goes sunbathing after his McLaren car broke down in qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
Jenson Button says the Mexican GP underlined how much work McLaren and Honda have to do to emerge far stronger in 2016.
Fernando Alonso has explained his conviction that McLaren can reap a two-and-a-half second performance gain over the winter.
Fernando Alonso thinks Honda's latest engine upgrade will help McLaren but is unsure whether they'll see as much in Austin.
Eric Boullier reckons the engine upgrade which McLaren will introduce properly at the US GP is a positive step.
Speaking to Sky Sports F1, Fernando Alonso declares he is staying at McLaren and predicts the team will be frontrunners in 2016.
A defiant Fernando Alonso is certain "McLaren will be one of the top cars next year" despite a dismal 2015.
Flavio Briatore says Fernando Alonso "loves" McLaren and has no plans to depart. See the full interview in Sunday's race show.
Fernando Alonso has delivered an unequivocal promise he will honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso will race with an upgraded Honda engine - but take a penalty - as McLaren's partner spend final four tokens.
Fernando Alonso has pledged to honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren-Honda.
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has told Sky Sports F1 that Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will race for the team in 2016.
Fernando Alonso says he is still committed to McLaren-Honda despite branding the team's display in Japan as "embarrassing".
Fernando Alonso says he remains happy and committed at McLaren, despite Flavio Briatore suggesting he could look to quit.
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