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.
Frustrations were simmering at McLaren during qualifying for the Japanese GP on Saturday, particularly for Jenson Button.
Fernando Alonso concedes McLaren cannot expect "any miracles" over the remainder of the season ahead of Honda's home race.
Eric Boullier says McLaren “99.9 per cent” sure of new sponsorship as they address cash shortfall caused by poor results.
Fernando Alonso said Singapore was proving McLaren's 'best weekend so far' in 2015, despite their Q3 wait continuing.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso says he has heard "positive" noises about struggling Honda's planned improvements for 2016.
McLaren and Honda's relationship appears to have reached breaking point amid reports the Woking team have asked for Yasuhisa Arai to be removed.
Honda's chief motorsport officer Yasuhisa Arai was forced to bat away questions about whether he should resign at Monza.
Jenson Button maintains the McLaren is a good chassis that is just lacking the power levels the cars at the front have.
McLaren are set to start the Italian GP at the back of the grid after fresh engine penalties for Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso.
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Eric Boullier says McLaren are still happy with Honda, but admits it is important their timescales match up.
Jenson Button has branded McLaren's Belgian GP an embarrassment as they languished at the back of the field.
Jenson Button admitted it was a “massive surprise” for McLaren to be so far off the pace during qualifying for the Belgian GP.
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will start the Belgian GP from the back of the grid after being hit with new engine penalties.
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