Renault say they would be interested in re-signing Fernando Alonso in the future, but for now are putting their faith in youth.
Returning ex-champions Renault want to be regularly back on the podium by 2018 as they ready themselves for a "rebuilding" 2016.
Kevin Magnussen believes he returns to F1 with a point to prove after being officially confirmed as a Renault driver for 2016.
Pastor Maldonado has confirmed he will not be in F1 in 2016, with the Venezuelan set to be replaced at Renault by Kevin Magnussen.
Kevin Magnussen is poised to replace Pastor Maldonado at Renault for the 2016 season, Sky Sports understands.
Lotus now have a "pretty good idea" who will replace Haas-bound Romain Grosjean for 2016, says deputy chief Federico Gastaldi.
Reserve driver Kevin Magnussen will leave McLaren at the end of the 2015 season after two years with the team.
Will Stevens insists he is in positive talks about 2016 amid speculation he could be replaced at Manor by Pascal Wehrlein.
Kevin Magnussen won’t be making the trip to Singapore this weekend after fracturing his left hand in a cycling accident.
Kevin Magnussen insists he won’t spend another year on McLaren’s subs bench and claims other F1 teams are interested.
Predicting the line-ups of the F1 teams in 2016 after Ferrari retained Kimi Raikkonen. Cue the status quo or could there be some surprises?
McLaren's drivers are braced for uphill challenges in qualifying and the race in Melbourne as MP4-30 continues to toil.
Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas keen to discover how the competitive order will reveal itself.
Kevin Magnussen admits McLaren’s expectations are low for early 2015 after finishing bottom of the pre-season timesheets
McLaren may not be competitive until the British GP, Sky Sports F1’s Martin Brundle has warned.
McLaren have warned their new car may only prove competitive from the European leg of the 2015 season onwards.
McLaren chiefs Boullier and Dennis are adamant that Kevin Magnussen's F1 career has only been “paused” and he will benefit from a year on the testing sidelines.
McLaren have retained Jenson Button for 2015 with the veteran staying on to partner the returning Fernando Alonso
Eric Boullier says McLaren are simply taking time to ensure they appoint the right drivers in 2015.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen have shown support for each other as their wait for a 2015 McLaren decision continues.
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