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Jenson Button has no doubts he has made the right decision in staying at McLaren and says "anything is possible" in 2016.
Fernando Alonso has delivered an unequivocal promise he will honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso will race with an upgraded Honda engine - but take a penalty - as McLaren's partner spend final four tokens.
Yasuhisa Arai says Honda haven’t had any approaches about an engine supply from any teams besides McLaren for the 2016 season.
Jenson Button will stay on the F1 grid for at least another season - check out his best moments in the sport to date.
Martin Brundle believes Jenson Button won his game of brinkmanship with Ron Dennis after securing his seat for 2016.
McLaren have announced Jenson Button will remain at the team in 2016, ending speculation the Briton might retire.
Ron Dennis rounds on McLaren's critics and insists their partnership with Honda is the only way they can return to the front.
Sky F1's Mark Hughes on the high-stakes game of contract poker being played at McLaren - and being won by Jenson Button
Fernando Alonso has pledged to honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren-Honda.
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has told Sky Sports F1 that Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will race for the team in 2016.
Fernando Alonso says he is still committed to McLaren-Honda despite branding the team's display in Japan as "embarrassing".
Fernando Alonso says he remains happy and committed at McLaren, despite Flavio Briatore suggesting he could look to quit.
Frustrations were simmering at McLaren during qualifying for the Japanese GP on Saturday, particularly for Jenson Button.
Jenson Button will make a mutual decision with McLaren about his plans for 2016 - and Martin Brundle believes he isn't yet inclined to quit.
Fernando Alonso concedes McLaren cannot expect "any miracles" over the remainder of the season ahead of Honda's home race.
Jenson Button has refused to shed any light on his plans for 2016 – despite the best efforts of Sky Sports’ Rachel Brookes!
Jenson Button has refused to shed any light on his plans for 2016 ahead of this weekend's Japanese GP.
F1 will be a poorer place professionally and personally without Jenson Button, John Watson and Maurice Hamilton have warned.
Eric Boullier says McLaren “99.9 per cent” sure of new sponsorship as they address cash shortfall caused by poor results.
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