11th (30 Pts)
15th (17 Pts)
With McLaren to start deliberations over their 2017 driver line-up, with partnership would you go with for next season?
McLaren will open talks on their 2017 driver line-up at Monza as they decide between Stoffel Vandoorne and Jenson Button.
Fernando Alonso has tried to see the lighter side of his and Lewis Hamilton's Spa grid penalties, with the pair to share the back row.
Claire Williams insists Williams will have an "exciting line-up" next year, although she refused to confirm their drivers.
Jenson Button says he is close to making a decision about his future, but has not hinted at where he is likely to be next season.
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Fernando Alonso has called for "consistency" in the rules for F1, after yet more changes were implemented ahead of the German Grand Prix.
Williams have again talked up the prospect of a Jenson Button return in 2017 - but insist they won't be "waiting around".
McLaren driver Jenson Button says he is fit to race at the German GP after suffering an eye problem during Friday practice.
Fernando Alonso doubts he will make it onto the podium this season, but has no immediate plans to retire.
Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button are confident of enjoying a competitive Hungarian GP after making the top 10 of the grid.
Fernando Alonso has made the bold claim that McLaren want to win the world championship next year, despite their current struggles.
Fernando Alonso says he is so committed to turning McLaren into winners again that he won't take holidays.
Jenson Button says rumours over his future remain "guesswork" until he makes up his mind whether to prolong his F1 career.
McLaren's Stoffel Vandoorne has admitted 2017 must to be the year he makes the full-time step up to the Formula 1 grid.
Fernando Alonso finished more than 1.5s clear on an encouraging first day of in-season testing for McLaren at Silverstone.
Jenson Button has defended the crackdown on breaching track limits in British GP qualy despite being an unfortunate casualty.
Jenson Button rued bad luck at the British GP following his elimination after the opening qualifying lap at Silverstone.
Jenson Button is open to staying in Formula 1 until 2018, but will only extend his career in a car which is capable of winning.
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