Sauber has confirmed Pascal Wehrlein will complete the team’s driver line-up for the 2017 F1 world championship alongside Marcus Ericsson
McLaren will unveil its 2017 F1 challenger on the 24th February, the same day as Ferrari’s launch, and just three days before the opening pre-season test
McLaren intends to start negotiations with Fernando Alonso about a new contract “a few races” into the 2017 F1 season, reveals executive director Zak Brown
McLaren’s technical director Tim Goss says the rule changes this coming season are some of “the most significant we’ve ever had in the sport”.
Eric Boullier is confident McLaren-Honda can make more significant strides in 2017 after progressing from ninth to sixth this year.
McLaren CEO Jost Capito says the team must do everything in its power next season to ensure it retains Fernando Alonso beyond F1 2017.
Jenson Button thanks his fans as he likely bows out of F1 after 17 years, 305 starts and 15 race wins.
It took a top six finish to score points when Jenson Button made his F1 debut and he wants to go out with something to show for in his 305th outing
“It’s not an inexpensive sponsorship but it is great value and global, so when you break it down it’s money very well spent."