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.
Fernando Alonso will make his return to the F1 cockpit at the Chinese GP, but faces further fitness tests following Practice One.
Fernando Alonso is still unsure if he will be cleared to race at the Chinese GP with McLaren reserve Stoffel Vandoorne on standby.
F1 steering wheels now do far more than point the tyres in the required direction, so just what are all those buttons for?
Ron Dennis has hailed Fernando Alonso as 'the fastest driver in F1' after the Spaniard brushed off claims he should quit.
Watch as Fernando Alonso confronts Johnny Herbert over the Sky F1 pundit's view the two-time world champion should retire.
Johnny Herbert believes it is time for Fernando Alonso to retire and the Spaniard shouldn't return from his enforced break in Bahrain.
With Fernando Alonso ruled out of the Bahrain GP after his big Melbourne crash, we look at his troubled return to McLaren.
Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso led a passionate plea to the F1 decision-makers during Thursday's drivers' press conference.
Fernando Alonso has been ruled out of the Bahrain GP after suffering fractured ribs in his high-speed accident in Australia.
Fernando Alonso will take his second power unit of the season in Bahrain after the first was heavily damaged in Melbourne.
Ferrari and Mercedes have gone in very different directions with their tyre selections for the Bahrain GP.
Fernando Alonso's survival following his high-speed crash has led to praise for the safety improvements in F1 in Monday's papers.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso says he is "lucky" to be alive after surviving a horror crash in the Australian GP.
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