Germany, Round 11 of the 2018 Formula 1 Championship – Hockenheim’s return to the F1 calendar. Fernando Alonso is heading into the German GP weekend on a two race points streak, scoring in both Austria […]
McLaren have debuted their new much anticipated car upgrades in Friday practice ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso was the “best of the rest” in first practice, lining up behind the Mercedes, Ferrari & […]
Updates and clever ideas. That’s what Fernando Alonso says Renault-powered McLaren are working on in a bid to catch F1’s big three – Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. Alonso’s fifth place in the season-opening Australian […]
2nd Pre-Season Test, Day 1 An interrupted day to kick off the second week of pre-season testing in Barcelona. The team suffered some niggling issues that meant running was relatively stop-start throughout the day. After […]
Day 1 of 2018 Pre-Season Testing A challenging day for McLaren as the team got an early glimpse of the MCL33’s potential in an interrupted first day of pre-season testing. Fernando began the session promptly […]
“Our team is built on a brave heritage of competing & succeeding in different forms of the sport” McLaren has confirmed it will allow Fernando Alonso to compete in upcoming rounds of the World Endurance […]
Fernando Alonso takes P13 for his sports car debut Two-time Formula 1 champion Alonso was handed qualifying duties by United Autosports in the #23 Ligier JS P217, but was unable to make up for the […]
Fernando Alonso and Lando Norris completed a constructive three-day test with teammate Phil Hanson for United Autosports at last weekend’s ‘Roar’ test at Daytona. United Autosports will return to the Daytona International Speedway later this […]
Fernando Alonso will participate in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) rookie test in Bahrain on Sunday 19 November, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing can confirm.
Fernando Alonso will race in the 2018 Daytona 24 Hours – his first-ever endurance event – for the United Autosports sportscar team.
McLaren have officially annouced their end with Honda, as they’re set to race with Renault power from 2018.
Returning from three weeks of holiday after the Hungarian GP, Fernando Alonso is well rested and recharged, ready to get back to work in Belgium.
With the F1 summer break nearing to its end, Fernando admitted he “will look outside of F1” near the end of the year.
Fernando Alonso is targeting a move to one of the two current leading F1 teams, insists Flavio Briatore who continues to look after the Spaniard’s affairs.