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Speaking ahead of the Belgian GP, McLaren's Fernando Alonso revealed that he turned down an offer from Red Bull to drive for them in 2019.
In celebration of his 300th F1 GP weekend, Sky F1’s Martin Brundle speaks with Fernando Alonso about his debut and carrying on beyond 2018.
Fernando Alonso discusses his career in Formula 1 as he celebrates his 300 GP this weekend.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso has confirmed he will be participating in the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans, as he looks to complete motorsport's coveted Triple Crown.
McLaren announce the news of Fernando Alonso's contract extension with a video of their workers learning Spanish.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown says the team is facing one of the biggest decisions in its history - as they consider replacing Honda engines with Renault.
Formula 1 returns this weekend at Spa after the summer shutdown but what have the drivers been up to during their holidays?
McLaren boss Zak Brown says any attempts to find a new engine supplier will be hard because their rivals don't want them to improve.
Craig Slater speaks to Fernando Alonso and Zak Brown, as speculation builds about the future of the driver at McLaren.
Sky F1's Damon Hill sits down with Fernando Alonso ahead of his home grand prix in Spain, and his last race before travelling to the USA to participate in the Indy 500.
In the first of our new series, Sky F1 takes a look at the Mavericks of F1 through the years, starting with double World Champion Fernando Alonso.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier admits he was shocked to hear of Nico Rosberg's retirement, but does not expect Fernando Alonso to replace him at Mercedes.
Ted Kravitz sits down with McLaren's Fernando Alonso to reflect on the 2016 season and look ahead to next year's changes.
Ahead of the German P1 session, the McLaren team surprised Fernando Alonso in the garage with cake and party hats for his 35th birthday.
Fernando Alonso says he does not mind if his McLaren teammate is Jenson Button or Stoffel Vandoorne next season.
Sky F1's Johnny Herbert shared a hug with Fernando Alonso during the Chinese GP track parade - despite Felipe Massa's attempts to stir the pot.
Fernando Alonso confronts Johnny Herbert about his comments suggesting the Spaniard should retire.
McLaren's Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso were back on the podium at the Brazilian GP, albeit unoffically for a few seconds after failing to make it into Q2.
Watch Ted Kravitz’s interview with Bernie Ecclestone in full during our race coverage today from 5.30pm on Sky Sports F1.
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