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Fernando Alonso's spells with Renault, Ferrari and McLaren have certainly been mixed. With another big decision on the way - what's next?
Ten years ago, the fuse was lit in the ultimately destructive driver pairing of Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton. When in Hungary...
Sky F1 pundit Mark Hughes reviews the first half of F1 2017 for all 20 drivers. Who has shone and who has had a stinker?
McLaren's Eric Boullier has indicated they ideally need to know by September which engine they will be running in the 2018 season.
Zak Brown has hinted Mercedes and Ferrari are unwilling to provide McLaren with a 2018 engine because they "like us where we are".
Fernando Alonso is set to start the British GP on the back row after receiving a 30-place grid penalty for engine component changes.
Fernando Alonso says he would welcome more F1 live events after the sport's successful roadshow in London.
McLaren plan to keep Stoffel Vandoorne as one of their drivers in 2018 despite a tough first full season in F1, Zak Brown has told Sky F1.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says they are "not interested" in any return to the team for Fernando Alonso next year.
Fernando Alonso doesn't believe his three seasons at McLaren-Honda have harmed his reputation, but conceded the ill-fated 'project' has damaged his career.
Honda plan to race their upgraded engine at this week's Austrian GP, leaving McLaren hopeful of a more competitive showing.
Paying tribute to Ron Dennis' famously complex turn of phrase as he departs McLaren after a 37-year association with the company
Ron Dennis has sold his shares in McLaren Technology Group and McLaren Automotive to his fellow shareholders
Watch Fernando Alonso's giveaway response when he's asked by Sky F1 if his positivity in Baku was to do with his F1 future.
Fernando Alonso has vowed he will win in F1 in 2018 - even though the Spaniard still doesn't know for which team he'll be driving.
Fernando Alonso has dropped his heaviest hint yet that he is preparing to leave McLaren-Honda at the end of the season.
Mercedes have said they would open discussions with McLaren about a 2018 engine deal if the Woking team formally drop Honda.
Fernando Alonso does not intend to take a "gamble" on where he drives in 2018, while hinting some unexpected seats may become open.
Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne are set to start the Azerbaijan GP at the back of the grid thanks to more engine penalties.
McLaren could return to Honda again even if they divorce their engine partners at the end of 2017, the team have told Sky Sports.
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