Jenson Button says his McLaren-Honda in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was the best it has been all year but his pit-lane clash scuppered hopes of a better showing
Red Bull's Helmut Marko levels praise at Mercedes' power unit, but says the manufacturer will keep dominating unless the engine concept changes.
Red Bull says Ron Dennis forced Honda to reject a supply of engines for the 2016 season, adds the Japanese firm will be 'completely different' next year
UPDATED: Fernando Alonso shows surprise at Ron Dennis' suggestion he could take a year out of F1 in 2016, insisting he will be on the grid with McLaren next year
Jenson Button is determined to bow out of a dismal 2015 F1 season on a high, even if he doesn't expect the Yas Marina Circuit to suit the McLaren.
Daniil Kvyat remains confident of keeping his seat at Red Bull Racing once the uncertainty over the team's F1 engine supply is resolved for 2016.
Fernando Alonso says he expects McLaren to learn from its mistakes from this year and will make strong improvements next season
Jenson Button has risen to the defence of McLaren and is confident it can learn from its mistakes to make rapid improvements in the winter
Honda motorsport boss Yasuhisa Arai says it is ‘too late’ to secure a deal to supply engines to Red Bull for next season