So what are you most looking forward to seeing at next weekend's Australian Grand Prix ? There are no shortage of talking points ahead of the opening race of the 2015 Formula One season, with the resumption of the battle between Lewis...Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso will miss a Formula One Grand Prix for the first time in almost a decade when he sits out the March 15 season opener in Australia on the advice of his doctors.
Fernando Alonso spent last week resting at home following his crash in pre -season testing, but you wouldn't have begrudged his McLaren colleagues a lie-down after Formula One's winter schedule came to an end last Sunday. McLaren 'sShow More Summary
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso has been ruled out of competing in this month's Australian Grand Prix after the Spaniard received medical advice from the manufacturer. The news was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon after McLaren 's official...Show More Summary
After a bizarre testing wreck blamed on wind sent Fernando Alonso's McLaren-Honda into the wall and the driver to the hospital with a concussion, doctors have now recommended that the former world champion skip the upcoming Australian Grand Prix. Read more...
McLaren has confirmed that Fernando Alonso will sit out the Australian Grand Prix in the wake of his testing crash at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with test driver Kevin Magnussen replacing him.
McLaren reports that Fernando Alonso is on the road to recovery from his big crash in Barcelona and is back at home to recuperate, but he won't be back up and running in time for the next test session. Continue reading Fernando Alonso...Show More Summary
Romain Grosjean says more needs to be done to improve the safety of drivers involved in lateral impacts, following Fernando Alonso's testing accident.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso says he is "completely fine" and has thanked fans for their support following his crash on the final day of last week's pre-season test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Fernando Alonso has left hospital looking fit and well, but will miss the third and final Formula One pre -season test at the Circuit de Catalunya -Barcelona. McLaren reserve driver Kevin Magnussen will share the MP4-30 with Jenson Button. The...Show More Summary
During the second round of pre-season testing for the 2015 Formula One World Championship, which took place last week at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona, Spain, McLaren’s new recruit Fernando Alonso unexpectedly left the track at turn three, causing the right-hand side of the car to strike a cement wall. According to McLaren, the...
In the aftermath of Fernando Alonso's bizarre accident at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya last Sunday, there was only one thing you could be sure of amid all the uncertainty: The lack of broadcast coverage of Formula One pre-season...Show More Summary
McLaren confirmed in a statement today that driver Fernando Alonso has gone home from the hospital to his family's home in Spain. He will continue recovery there, but will be forced to miss the last preseason Formula One test. Read more...
McLaren Formula One driver Fernando Alonso is still in the hospital under observation for a concussion from his preseason crash at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The team has officially blamed unusually high and gusty winds at the circuit as the reason for the unusual accident. Read more...
Fernando Alonso spent Sunday night in hospital after sustaining a concussion in a crash during the final day of the second Formula One pre-season test. His McLaren left the track at the exit of Turn 3 and hit a wall. Alonso was taken to the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona's medical centre before being flown to hospital by helicopter. Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso’s return to McLaren this season has gotten off to a bumpy start. After suffering car trouble early during official testing for the 2015 Formula One World Championship, the Spaniard has now been involved in a crash. During Sunday’s practice session at Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona, Spain, Alonso’s...
Fernando Alonso was airlifted to the hospital after crashing his McLaren in preseason testing at Barcelona earlier today. He went off at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya's Turn 3, smacking the right side of the car hard. McLaren race director Eric Boullier confirms that he was concussed in the accident. Read more...
Formula 1's Fernando Alonso was taken to a hospital after a crash in testing in Spain. His new team, McLaren, said he was undergoing precautionary tests after he was transported to the hospital from the Barcelona circuit's medical center. "Today...Show More Summary
It may only be the end of the second Formula One preseason test, but many of the cars are already in midseason form—midseason 2014, anyway. While the big headline from the final day of the test was Fernando Alonso's high-speed crashShow More Summary
The second pre-season test came to a dramatic close in Catalunya on Sunday as McLaren's Fernando Alonso was airlifted to hospital following a crash midway through the final day in Barcelona. Romain Grosjean finished Day 4 with the fastest...Show More Summary