F1 News: Barcelona T2 Day 1 – Mclaren

McLaren logoBarcelona test report – day one

Date Thursday February 26 2015
Driver Jenson Button
Location Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (4.655km)
Laps/km 7/33km Read more of this post

F1 News: Statement from McLaren-Honda, Barcelona, February 25

McLaren logoFollowing his testing accident at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya last Sunday, we are pleased to confirm that Fernando Alonso has now left hospital. He has returned to his family’s home in Spain for further rest and recuperation.

As a result, he will sit out this week’s final winter test, at which he was due to share driving duties with Jenson Button. Kevin Magnussen, McLaren-Honda’s test and reserve driver, will replace him. Read more of this post

F1 News: Further update regarding Fernando Alonso

McLaren logoFurther update regarding Fernando Alonso

Barcelona, February 23rd

We are pleased to confirm that, having been involved in an on-track incident at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain) on February 22nd, Fernando Alonso is making a solid recovery in hospital, and is chatting to family, friends and hospital staff. Read more of this post

F1 News: Barcelona Test Day 4 – Mclaren

McLaren logoBarcelona test report – day four

Date Sunday February 22 2015
Driver Fernando Alonso
Location Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (4.655km)
Laps/km 20/93km Read more of this post

F1 News: STATEMENT FROM McLAREN HONDA

McLaren logoSunday, 22nd February 2015

Today at 12:35 CET, while testing at the Circuit de Catalunya (Barcelona), during the fourth and final day of the current test, Fernando Alonso’s McLaren-Honda car left the track at Turn Three,
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F1 News: Barcelona Test Day 3 – Mclaren

McLaren logoBarcelona test report – day three

Date Saturday February 21 2015
Driver Jenson Button
Location Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (4.655km)
Laps/km 24/111km Read more of this post

F1 News: Barcelona Test Day 2 – Mclaren

McLaren logoBarcelona test report – day two

Date Friday February 20 2015
Driver Fernando Alonso
Location Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (4.655km)
Laps/km 59/275km Read more of this post

F1 News: Barcelona Test Day 1 – Mclaren

McLaren logoBarcelona test report – day one

Date Thursday February 19 2015
Driver Jenson Button
Location Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (4.655km)
Laps/km 21/98km Read more of this post

F1 News: Jerez Test D4 – Mclaren

McLaren logoJerez test report – day four

Date Wednesday February 4 2015
Driver Jenson Button
Location Circuito de Jerez (4.428km)
Laps/km 35/155km
Total laps/km 79/351km Read more of this post

F1 News: Jerez Test D3 – Mclaren

McLaren logoJerez test report – day three

Date Tuesday February 3 2015
Driver Fernando Alonso
Location Circuito de Jerez (4.428km)
Laps/km 32/142km
Best lap-time 1m35.553s Read more of this post

F1 News: Jerez Test D2 – Mclaren

McLaren logoJerez test report – day two

Date Monday February 2 2015
Driver Jenson Button
Location Circuito de Jerez (4.428km)
Laps/km 6/26.6km
Best lap-time 1m54.655s Read more of this post

F1 News: Jerez Test D1 – Mclaren

McLaren logoSunday February 1 2015

Fernando Alonso
Circuito de Jerez (4.428km)
6/26.6km
1m40.738s

After conducting shakedowns with our interim MP4-29H/1X1 at Silverstone and Yas Marina Circuit last November, today marked the first time that the McLaren-Honda chassis and power unit had run together as a bespoke combination, in the sleek and tightly packaged MP4-30. Read more of this post

F1 News: McLaren-Honda begins new era with MP4-30

McLaren logoMcLaren-Honda begins new era with MP4-30

#McLarenHonda
#MakeHistory

McLaren-Honda – the name evokes stirring memories of the past; of Ayrton Senna battling Alain Prost for supremacy; of classic red and white machines dominating for season upon season; of an iconic team writing one of the defining chapters in the motor racing history books. Read more of this post

F1 News: McLaren-Honda prepares for 2015: laying the foundations for future domination

McLaren logoMcLaren-Honda is delighted to announce its new driver line-up for 2015: Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button. Kevin Magnussen will remain an important part of the team, as test and reserve driver.

All three men will play crucial roles in re-establishing the ascendancy of one of global sport’s most iconic unions, for McLaren and Honda have already formed one of the most dominant partnerships in motorsport history: Honda broke new ground in the 1980s by creating a turbocharged engine that was unparalleled in both its output and its Read more of this post

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