16th (16 Pts)
17th (11 Pts)
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Jenson Button is unmoved in believing McLaren and Honda will make "massive strides" over the winter after a dismal 2015.
Watch as Fernando Alonso goes sunbathing after his McLaren car broke down in qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
Jenson Button believes Ferrari's revival as a frontrunner this year serves as encouragement for McLaren to do likewise in 2016.
New GP2 champion Stoffel Vandoorne has confirmed his expected promotion to reserve driver at McLaren in 2016.
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Jenson Button says the Mexican GP underlined how much work McLaren and Honda have to do to emerge far stronger in 2016.
Eric Boullier has indicated that McLaren remain opposed to Honda supplying Red Bull by insisting the team is 'not a charity foundation'.
Honda have confirmed they are in ongoing talks with a team, thought to be Red Bull, about a potential 2016 engine supply.
Jenson Button is bracing himself for what could be McLaren-Honda's toughest weekend so far this season at the Mexican GP.
Fernando Alonso has explained his conviction that McLaren can reap a two-and-a-half second performance gain over the winter.
Christian Horner has confirmed Red Bull did hold talks with the Volkswagen Group about joining F1 as the team's engine supplier.
Supplying Red Bull with engines in 2016 would be a smart move for Honda, according to Sky F1 pundit Martin Brundle.
Jenson Button has ruled out victories for McLaren in 2016 but hopes to stay in F1 for another title bid in 2017.
Fernando Alonso thinks Honda's latest engine upgrade will help McLaren but is unsure whether they'll see as much in Austin.
Reserve driver Kevin Magnussen will leave McLaren at the end of the 2015 season after two years with the team.
Eric Boullier reckons the engine upgrade which McLaren will introduce properly at the US GP is a positive step.
Stoffel Vandoorne is targeting an F1 seat in 2016 after wrapping up the GP2 title in Russia with four races to spare.
Speaking to Sky Sports F1, Fernando Alonso declares he is staying at McLaren and predicts the team will be frontrunners in 2016.
A defiant Fernando Alonso is certain "McLaren will be one of the top cars next year" despite a dismal 2015.
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