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WATCH: Alonso goes sunbathing
Watch as Fernando Alonso goes sunbathing after his McLaren car broke down in qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
Button under no illusions
Jenson Button says the Mexican GP underlined how much work McLaren and Honda have to do over the winter if they are to make big improvements for 2016.
Alonso: 2.5-second gain realistic
Fernando Alonso has explained his conviction that McLaren can reap a two-and-a-half second performance improvement over the winter.
Alonso confident of boost
Fernando Alonso is confident that Honda's latest engine upgrade will give McLaren a boost, although with rain forecast at the US GP, he is not sure whether they will get the chance to gauge any improvement this weekend.
Honda upgrade 'very positive'
McLaren’s Eric Boullier says the engine upgrade which will be introduced properly at the US GP is a positive step, although Honda admit their power unit remains “weak” overall.
Fernando Alonso Q&A
Speaking to Sky Sports F1 , Fernando Alonso declares he is staying at McLaren and predicts the team will be frontrunners in 2016.
Alonso: 'McLaren top in 2016'
Fernando Alonso is certain "McLaren will be one of the top cars next year" despite a dismal 2015.
WATCH: Briatore on Alonso future
Flavio Briatore says Fernando Alonso "loves" McLaren and has no plans to depart the team before his contract expires.
Alonso vows to stay put
Fernando Alonso has delivered an unequivocal promise he will honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren.
Honda spend final engine tokens
Honda will deploy their final four development tokens on an upgraded engine which Fernando Alonso will run at this weekend's Russian GP.
Alonso commits to McLaren deal
Fernando Alonso has pledged to honour the full term of his three-year deal with McLaren-Honda.
Dennis: Button & Alonso stay
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has told Sky Sports F1 that Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will race for the team in 2016.
Alonso: McLaren embarrassing
Fernando Alonso has insisted he is still committed to McLaren-Honda despite branding the team's display at the Japanese GP as "embarrassing".
Alonso vows to stay at McLaren
Fernando Alonso insists he retains "trust" in the McLaren-Honda partnership, despite speculation at Suzuka that he could seek an exit before the end of his three-year contract.
Button: We messed up
Frustrations were simmering at McLaren during qualifying for the Japanese GP on Saturday, particularly for Jenson Button.
Alonso: No miracle for final GPs
Fernando Alonso concedes McLaren cannot expect "any miracles" over the remainder of the season with the Spaniard admitting their three best chances of good points are now gone.
McLaren sure of new backing
Eric Boullier says McLaren are “99.9 per cent” sure of landing new sponsorship as they seek to address the anticipated cash shortfall caused by their poor performance on track this season.
'Zero disappointment' for Alonso
Fernando Alonso said he had "zero disappointment" after matching McLaren's best qualifying performance of their largely forgettable season in Singapore.
Alonso: 2015 not a waste of time
Fernando Alonso says he is encouraged by the steps Honda are taking to turn around their fortunes in 2016, as the Spaniard insists that 2015 has not been 'a waste of time'.
McLaren-Honda at breaking point
McLaren and Honda's relationship appears to have reached breaking point amid reports the Woking team have asked for Yasuhisa Arai to be removed.