Sky F1's Pat Symonds thinks that Fernando Alonso's decision to miss Monaco in favour of the Indianapolis 500 is a positive decision and it's 'winners all round' for motorsport fans.
Fernando Alonso is aiming to become only the second driver to win the triple crown next month - that's the Monaco Grand Prix, the Indy 500 and Le Mans.
It was another difficult day for McLaren in Bahrain and Fernando Alonso voiced his displeasure over their performance over team radio before retiring.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso confirms the team have suffered yet another engine failure during Q2 in Bahrain, which leaves the Spaniard in 15th place ahead of any penalties.
Speaking on this week's F1 Report, former McLaren drivers John Watson and Mark Blundell think Fernando Alonso should stay at the team amidst a woeful start to the 2017 season.
Craig Slater gives some background on McLaren driver Fernando Alonso's decision to drive in the Indy 500 instead of the Monaco Grand Prix.
McLaren's Executive Director Zak Brown admits they need the ambition of driver Fernando Alonso to keep pushing them to become a better Formula One team.
In this week's F1 Report, the guests discuss whether McLaren's disgruntled Fernando Alonso could be set for a return to Ferrari.
Fernando Alonso doesn’t expect there to be much improvement by McLaren from testing for the Australian GP but insists that they still need to try as hard as they can and continue to make improvements.
Fernando Alonso speaks to Sky Sports News after another miserable day for McLaren in F1 Testing.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier admits he was shocked to hear of Nico Rosberg's retirement, but does not expect Fernando Alonso to replace him at Mercedes.
Ted Kravitz sits down with McLaren's Fernando Alonso to reflect on the 2016 season and look ahead to next year's changes.
Ahead of the German P1 session, the McLaren team surprised Fernando Alonso in the garage with cake and party hats for his 35th birthday.
Fernando Alonso says he does not mind if his McLaren teammate is Jenson Button or Stoffel Vandoorne next season.
Sky F1's Johnny Herbert shared a hug with Fernando Alonso during the Chinese GP track parade - despite Felipe Massa's attempts to stir the pot.
Fernando Alonso confronts Johnny Herbert about his comments suggesting the Spaniard should retire.
McLaren's Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso were back on the podium at the Brazilian GP, albeit unoffically for a few seconds after failing to make it into Q2.
Watch Ted Kravitz’s interview with Bernie Ecclestone in full during our race coverage today from 5.30pm on Sky Sports F1.
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