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McLaren: Fernando Alonso wants to stay for 2018

McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier insists that Fernando Alonso wants to stay at the team into 2018, with the squad’s engine situation now resolved.

Late switch to Renault power hasn’t compromised McLaren for 2018

Eric Boullier has confirmed that McLaren's late switch to Renault power for 2018 has not compromised its plans for next season, although the team is two weeks behind its original schedule.

Toro Rosso chief Franz Tost convinced Honda can flourish in F1

Toro Rosso Team Principal Franz Tost has expressed his conviction that future engine partner Honda can flourish in Formula 1 under the current regulations, despite its current struggles.

Stoffel Vandoorne thrilled to grab best F1 result

McLaren-Honda driver Stoffel Vandoorne revelled in his best ever Formula 1 finish after placing seventh at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Toto Wolff sympathetic towards Ferrari plight

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he is sympathetic towards Ferrari’s plight, after Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen collided on the opening lap of the Singapore Grand Prix.

Red Bull relieved Ricciardo’s gearbox held out

Red Bull has admitted that it feared Daniel Ricciardo would have to retire from the Singapore Grand Prix due to a gearbox issue, which he had to preserve for the bulk of the 58-lap race.

Jolyon Palmer delighted by ‘huge’ Singapore result

Renault driver Jolyon Palmer labelled his sixth-place finish at the Singapore Grand Prix as “huge”, after collecting the best result of his Formula 1 career.

Honda compares McLaren to French cuisine, Toro Rosso to stew

Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto has compared the way McLaren operates to "sophisticated French cuisine" and its new customer team Toro Rosso's approach to a "delicious stew", which he believes Honda can improve.

Issue 233 of Motorsport Monday is out now – Advantage Hamilton!

Issue 233 of our free weekly magazine, Motorsport Monday, is online now and packed full of great content – click here or the link below to start reading.

Carlos Sainz Jr. revels in career-best fourth place

Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz Jr. revelled in the best result of his Formula 1 career as he netted fourth position at a wet/dry Singapore Grand Prix.