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McLaren boss Zak Brown has admitted they face a "critical" season in 2018 as they aim to achieve success with Renault engines.
Fernando Alonso says he has agreed a "long-term partnership" with McLaren and wants to finish his career with the team.
Fernando Alonso will continue to drive for McLaren in 2018 after signing a contract extension with the team.
Hamilton and Verstappen drive each other to high marks, but a Toro Rosso swansong fails to hit the high notes at Suzuka.
Fernando Alonso has received a 35-place grid penalty and is set to start the Japanese GP from last after more engine component changes.
Fernando Alonso says the pressure is on McLaren to deliver a winning chassis in 2018 after Red Bull won again with Renault power.
Almost a maximum for Max Verstappen, a career-best for Stoffel Vandoorne, but Valtteri Bottas' slump continues.
Sebastian Vettel has accused Fernando Alonso of "jumping in the middle" of his battle for the podium with Daniel Ricciardo.
Fernando Alonso believes Lewis Hamilton is now the firm favourite for the F1 title with Sebastian Vettel in a "risky situation".
Fernando Alonso hopes to reach a final decision on his future following the Japanese GP, but has again hinted he will stay with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso says McLaren will find out "the truth" about their car next season when they are pitched alongside Red Bull as Renault customers.
Fernando Alonso believes he could have fought Lewis Hamilton for victory in the Singapore GP had he not been hit in the first-lap mayhem.
McLaren boss Zak Brown says the team are "very confident" Fernando Alonso will stay for 2018 into their new Renault era.
McLaren and Renault are confident their partnership can be victorious in F1 when they join forces next season.
Lewis Hamilton hopes Fernando Alonso and McLaren are on course to re-join F1's front-runners in 2018 as F1 waits on engine deal news.
A divergence in performance, absent prize money, personnel fears, and a loss of prestige all behind the impending split.
With Honda still struggling, the tie-up may sound unlikely. But it could yet make sense for all concerned in F1...
Fernando Alonso says McLaren face an "important" week as he waits to learn their engine supplier for 2018.
McLaren are believed to be on the brink of divorcing Honda as their engine partners. But the team have also told Sky F1 it is "very likely" Fernando Alonso will stay.
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