Pictures of Sergio Perez’s first official appearance as a McLaren driver today.
Ron Dennis says McLaren could have kept Lewis Hamilton in its team for 2013.
The McLaren MP4-27 was the fastest car of 2012 – and it won the final two races of the year after a subtle but significant front wing tweak.
Lewis Hamilton says he wants to leave McLaren on a high with victory in this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
After 54 races as team mates, Lewis Hamilton has scored five points more than Jenson Button. Who will be on top when their partnership ends in four races’ time?
Lewis Hamilton conceded his hopes of winning the championship this year are virtually over after finishing tenth in the Korean Grand Prix.
McLaren believe they have got to the bottom of the problems which affected their cars during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said a change in set-up on his car caused the handling problems which left him languishing in ninth on the grid.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh says he is “not aware” of any concerns over the legality of the team’s front wing.
Lewis Hamilton says he’ll “come out fighting” in Japan after his championship chances were several damaged by his Singapore retirement.
Sergio Perez has been a part of Ferrari’s driver academy for two years, but now McLaren have swiped him from under their rival’s nose.
Sergio Perez will take Lewis Hamilton’s place at McLaren in 2013, the team has confirmed.
McLaren sporting director Sam Michael says Red Bull “under-qualified” at Spa and expects them to be more of a threat at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix.
Martin Whitmarsh has denied McLaren will introduced a version of Mercedes’ ‘Double DRS’ at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale says his team is unsure why the FIA objected to Red Bull’s exhaust maps at the German Grand Prix.
A leaked dossier detailing McLaren’s case against Renault in F1’s new spy case has been published by PA Sport.
Reports from Spain suggest that Fernando Alonso’s departure from McLaren for 2008 has been confirmed.
Fernando Alonso will start the Hungarian Grand Prix from sixth instead of pole position and his McLaren team will not be eligible to score points.
As if McLaren didn’t have enough problems off the track – now one of their drivers has employed some extraordinarily unsavoury tactics against the other. Fernando Alonso deliberately delayed Lewis Hamilton in the pit box to prevent his team mate from setting his final lap. The Spaniard then took pole position off his team mate. … Continue reading Alonso’s tainted triumph