Fernando Alonso's sensational return to McLaren was almost an afterthought at the team's driver announcement last week. As the world wondered whether Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen, the team's 2014 drivers, would partner the two-time...Show More Summary
With McLaren's long-awaited confirmation of Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button, the grid for the 2015 Formula One World Championship is finally complete. (That is, at least, aside from the bankrupt Caterham and Marussia teams, whose fate...Show More Summary
Fernando Alonso will become Jenson Button's 11th different team-mate when the pair line up for McLaren in 2015. The 2009 world champion has clocked up the impressive number, the most of any driver on the current grid, over a FormulaShow More Summary
Fernando Alonso and Ferrari was the partnership that promised so much but delivered so very little. Despite dedicating his soul to the Prancing Horse for five seasons, the Spaniard only has 11 grand prix wins to show for his effortsShow More Summary
Well, it's finally happened. After months of delays and uncertainty, McLaren have announced Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button as their race drivers for the 2015 Formula One season. Kevin Magnussen, having just completed his debut year in the sport, has been demoted to test and reserve driver. Show More Summary
In the end, the wait was worth it. On Thursday morning, McLaren ended months of speculation over their driver line-up, announcing Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button as their race drivers for 2015. Kevin Magnussen, who was impressive,Show More Summary
McLaren have confirmed that Jenson Button has been chosen as Fernando Alonso’s partner for the 2015 Formula One season. McLaren had been undecided over who should partner the Spaniard, who has joined the team from Ferrari, and they took several months to make their decision. Show More Summary
McLaren F1 and its new engine partner Honda have confirmed that longtime pilot Jenson Button will stay on in 2015, partnering the incoming Fernando Alonso. Alonso, who has lately struggled to find victory with the legendary Ferrari team,...Show More Summary
Two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso rejoined the McLaren-Honda team for next season and will be paired with another former champion, British driver Jenson Button.
The wait is over, per BBC Sport. McLaren's Formula One driver lineup for 2015 includes two world champions in Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso. Read more...
McLaren are set to announce their 2015 Formula One driver lineup on Thursday, bringing to an end months of delays, speculation and uncertainty. With Fernando Alonso arriving from Ferrari, either Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen will be left without a drive. Show More Summary
McLaren has finally ended speculation about its driver lineup for the 2015 Formula One World Championship, announcing today it has signed former Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso to drive alongside existing recruit Jenson Button. Sadly for Kevin Magnussen, who drove for McLaren during the 2014 season, the Danish driver has been demoted to the role of...
McLaren Honda has finally confirmed the signing of Fernando Alonso for the 2015 Formula 1 season, and he will join Jenson Button after the Brit's future was finally clarified during Thursday's announcement in Woking. The official McLaren...Show More Summary
The first act of Lewis Hamilton's Formula One career opened with such promise. In 2007, he won four races and nearly stole the title from his more experienced rivals, Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso. The following year, he did win...Show More Summary
Last Saturday saw four-time Formula One world championship Sebastian Vettel visit Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello and sample its Fiorano test track for the first time. Vettel, who replaces Fernando Alonso in Ferrari’s F1 driver lineup, recently signed a three-year contract with the Italian team, but it’s only now that...
While in Abu Dhabi, Ferrari unleashed their two 2014 season drivers, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen, on Ferrari World's Formula Rossa roller coaster. This may be the world's fastest roller coaster, but Kimi is not impressed. Read more...
Forget Lewis Hamilton versus Nico Rosberg at Mercedes. And, for that matter, forget the battle of the Red Bulls between Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo. Prior to the 2014 Formula One season, there was only one inter-team scrapShow More Summary
Former King of Spain Juan Carlos let it slip that Fernando Alonso is going to McLaren. When asked about the slip, Alonso said that the king is "always right." The worst-kept secret in F1 is out, amigos. Read more...
Confirming longstanding speculation, Ferrari's Formula One team said Thursday that two-time champion Fernando Alonso would leave the team after this season and be replaced by four-time champion Sebastian Vettel.
Per Formula One correspondent Nick Daman on Radio Le Mans' Midweek Motorsport show, the date to watch for Fernando Alonso's team decision is December 1. That announcement is likely to be a move to the McLaren Honda team. Read more.....