McLaren have failed to deliver in Canada, Fernando Alonso had to retire and Stoffel Vandoorne finsihed in a low 16th place. The Canadian Grand Prix was never going to be easy for McLaren, even more […]
Fernando Alonso, who missed the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix to participate in the Indianapolis 500, had to retire in the 2018 Monaco race, after technical problems hit his McLaren. The Spaniard was on course for […]
It was a tough home race for Fernando Alonso in Spain, having to recover from a start incident with Carlos Sainz, it was ultimately 8th place for Fernando, exactly where he started the race. Having […]
Toyota secured a one-two finish in the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship superseason at Spa, with Fernando Alonso’s car taking a narrow win. The #8 Toyota Hybrid Fernando shared with Sebastien Buemi […]
Fernando Alonso battled his way through to 7th place, in an eventful Chinese Grand Prix. Starting 13th, Fernando had to make up places quickly off the start – which he did. Getting into 11th place […]
Today’s race offered a welcome final result after what was a difficult day for McLaren in qualifying yesterday. Starting in 13th and 14th, both drivers had opposing fortunes – Fernando made a strong start and […]
“Things are going to get better and better” An encouraging first race of the season for McLaren and its new relationship with Renault. Both Fernando and Stoffel started the race one place ahead of their […]
After an incident-filled Grand Prix, with no fewer than four safety car periods, Fernando Alonso pulled further ahead in the chase for the world championship with an emphatic victory in Melbourne. There was drama even […]
Renault makes it three wins from three races in 2005 A second consecutive victory, and potential title challengers Michael Schumacher and Giancarlo Fisichella failing to finish, made the Bahrain Grand Prix a perfect race for […]
Alonso victorious, takes championship lead for the first time in his career. Fernando Alonso was unlucky in Melbourne, but in Sepang nobody could touch him as he raced his Renault to a comfortable victory. With […]
Alonso on pole! Both Fernando Alonso and test driver Allan McNish predicted on Friday that a Renault R23 would start the Hungarian Grand Prix from pole position, and on Saturday the Spaniard justified the expectation […]
Fernando Alonso and Jarno Trulli withstood Michael Schumacher’s late-session attack to maintain an all-Renault front row in Sepang, even though the track temperature was dropping rapidly during the session – 49 degrees celcius when Alonso […]
A hard-fought but ultimately rewarding end to a challenging Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and the last of the current McLaren Honda partnership.
Fernando Alonso drove his heart out in a race-long pursuit of Felipe Massa, ending his Brazilian Grand Prix in a hugely impressive eighth position.
A fantastic recovery drive from Fernando to finish 10th after starting 18th. It’s the first points finish for the Spaniard since the Hungarian GP.
It was a great start to a race with high expectations, where Fernando held points throughout the entire race, until lap 25, where engine woes ended Fer’s race, yet again.
A truly fantastic recovery drive from Fernando Alonso, coming from last to 11th, but just about without reward
From a great start, which saw Fernando going all the way from 8th to 3rd, to a nightmare mistake from both Ferrari’s, which ended Fernando’s race.