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Lando on his and Carlin's home race at Silverstone where he felt he should have left with a double podium finish.
McLaren's new sporting director Gil de Ferran believes there is no shortage of talent at Woking, as he explained his philosophy.
Reflecting on the latest upheaval at McLaren following the departure of Eric Boullier and what has been revealed about the team...
McLaren have been "too slow" and "too clunky" in the way they approach F1 racing, team chief Zak Brown has told Sky Sports.
In the most detailed account yet of their problems during 2018, McLaren opened up on why they are playing catch-up.
The middle race of a tiring triple-header, Lando Norris reflects on a difficult weekend at the Red Bull Ring.
McLaren's racing director Eric Boullier has quit the team with Gil de Ferran appointed sporting director in a Woking reshuffle.
Kimi Raikkonen has successfully defeated attempts by the media - and Sky Sports - to learn if he is contemplating a return to McLaren.
Kimi Raikkonen's experience could appeal to McLaren if Fernando Alonso leaves at the end of the season, say the F1 Report guests.
Lando gives a unique insight to his simulator role with McLaren during the Canadian GP weekend and reflects on his racing in France.
Nyck De Vries took victory in another action-packed F2 race at the French GP to move himself up to third in the championship standings.
McLaren chief Zak Brown has laughed off reports the team's workforce have threatened mutiny and categorically ruled out a return to the team for Martin Whitmarsh.
McLaren have described former boss Martin Whitmarsh's comments about the team as "ill-judged and ill-informed".
Fernando Alonso has cast fresh doubt on his F1 future after moving just one leg away from completing motorsport's triple crown.
IndyCar driver Max Chilton has told the F1 Report that Le Mans success this weekend could see Alonso head to IndyCar in 2019.
Could Fernando Alonso stay with McLaren for 2019 - but not necessarily in a McLaren Formula 1 car?
Fernando Alonso has given a candid appraisal to Sky Sports F1 of where he sees himself in the pantheon of F1's all-time leading drivers.
Fernando Alonso has said he once thought the idea of competing in 300 grands prix was "crazy", as he reaches his own triple ton.
Sky F1 revisits Ayrton Senna's amazing 1988 pole-position lap in a special feature during Saturday's Qualifying build-up.
Fernando Alonso says he is preparing for a "crazy" Monaco GP and thinks the iconic street circuit will act as a performance leveller.
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