McLaren’s Team Principal, has said that the proposed F1 budget cap needs to be “a lot lower” to be sustainable for a majority of F1 teams.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has said the 2021 F1 cost cap offers potential synergies with a WEC hypercar programme.
Fernando Alonso’s second tenure at McLaren is an example of how the team has become better at managing its drivers, according to Zak Brown.
The £200 million McLaren received from a company owned by Michael Latifi, the father of F2 racer Nicholas Latifi, was used to cover the costs arising from its split with former engine supplier Honda.
Former McLaren chief engineer Pat Fry has spoken to the team about a possible return, eight years since he left them to join Ferrari.
Lando Norris will make his Formula 1 debut in the first practice session for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, McLaren has announced.
McLaren has confirmed Red Bull junior driver Carlos Sainz Jnr will join them in 2019, a move which indicates Red Bull has made a decision on its Formula 1 line-up for next year.
Fernando Alonso will not race in F1 in 2019, McLaren has announced.
Fernando Alonso says the organisational changes at McLaren’s F1 team following the departure of Eric Boullier are already having a positive effect.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown said the departure of racing director Eric Boullier and restructuring of the team is not a knee-jerk reaction to its poor form.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says the team is “seriously considering” a full-time entry into IndyCar next season and could reunite with Honda.
McLaren Group has confirmed Michael Latifi, father of F1 test driver and F2 racer Nicholas Latifi, has bought a shareholding in the team, as revealed by RaceFans last week.
McLaren Group has received a £200 million cash injection from a company linked to F2 driver and Force India F1 tester Nicholas Latifi, RaceFans can reveal.
McLaren is considering an expansion of its racing activities which could include a full-time IndyCar team and entry into the World Endurance Championship’s revamped top category.
McLaren has put Zak Brown in charge of its racing arm following a restructuring at the team.
The Renault-powered McLaren MCL33 is a hugely important car for the team as it bids to reverse its fortunes after three disastrous seasons with Honda.
McLaren has revealed its new Renault-powered car for the 2018 F1 season with a revised colour scheme.
McLaren says it wants to emulate Red Bull’s “extremely fruitful” partnership with Renault which led to their successes in the later years of the V8 engine era.
In the first of his new weekly columns for F1 Fanatic, Dieter Rencken explains why he’s joined us now and quizzes McLaren’s Jonathan Neale on life after Honda.
McLaren’s points tally at the end of their third and, ultimately, final year with Honda tells you everything you need to know about why their union has ended.