Abu Dhabi (17th)
Renault say they would be interested in re-signing Fernando Alonso in the future, but for now are putting their faith in youth.
Honda boss Yasuhisa Arai says the firm rejected McLaren's suggestion they should hire engine staff from established F1 outfits.
Honda have downplayed reports in Spain that they are set to deliver a 223 horsepower boost for McLaren in 2016.
McLaren will reveal their 2016 car - the MP4-31 - on Sunday February 21, the day before winter testing begins.
Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren will take part in a wet weather test for Pirelli at Paul Ricard at the end of January.
Ron Dennis says he "chuckled" when he saw Fernando Alonso sunbathing after his McLaren broke down at the Brazilian GP.
Detailing some of the messages received loud and clear from Ron Dennis' interview with Formula 1's official website.
McLaren chief Ron Dennis insists the team are working around the clock to turn around their form following a dismal 2015.
Fernando Alonso hopes his relationship with Jenson Button turns tense next year - as it will mean McLaren-Honda are at the front.
Throughout 2015, Sky Sports have rated the drivers out of 10 following each Grand Prix of the season, but who came out on top?
Lewis Hamilton's quibbles overshadow Nico Rosberg's hat-trick while speculation continues about Fernando Alonso's next move .
Fernando Alonso has hit out at F1, declaring that WEC is more fun and questioning the consistency of in-race penalties.
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...
Which drivers proved their pace over a single lap in their 2015 intra-team qualifying battles?
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.
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