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"Honda's working very hard, but they seem a bit lost."

And Fernando Alonso returns to F1 after racing at Indy.

It's a bad day when a pee joke is the highlight.

Will his Honda engine hold up? The same question goes for the weather.

Honda engines like Alonso's have had a run of bad luck. One blew up on Friday.

"Today we ticked all the boxes," Fernando Alonso said.

"... When you are in your car and close the visor, you would like to have one mile per hour more. It's never enough."

Fernando Alonso will be in fifth position.

Alonso had a four-lap average of 230.034 mph with Carpenter at 230.468 mph.

'It's not my reputation, it's theirs.'

McLaren, the second most successful team in Formula One history in terms of race wins, has yet to score a point in four rounds of this year's championship and is last in the standings.

But they're not being actively recruited.

Alonso drove 222 mph in his IndyCar rookie test.

"I'm thrilled to be making a one-off return to Formula One racing."

Button will be the most experienced driver in the race as he makes his 306th start.

McLaren F1 driver will skip the Monaco Grand Prix.

McLaren hasn't yet announced his replacement for the F1 season's third race.

​Fernando Alonso's accident will be a good test case for fully understanding any downsides to the introduction of the Halo in Formula 1, say leading figures.

Fernando Alonso clattered into the back of Esteban Gutierrez's Haas as the pair squabbled over 19th place, sending the McLaren into a horrifying rollover.

The McLaren team has presented its 2016 challenger, the MP4-31, with which it hopes to bounce back from a very difficult 2015 season.

One of the perks of driving for a major manufacturer like Honda is the chance to sample varied racing machinery. And that's just what Fernando Alonso did at Motegi this past weekend.

If things don't improve at McLaren-Honda by the start of next season, Fernando Alonso could be given the option to sit out the year while the team gets through its teething pains.

The 2015 Japanese Grand Prix had more passing in the pits than on track, but Nico Hülkenberg and Max Verstappen did put on two more displays of carving through the field. Meanwhile, the cameras did their best to avoid Mercedes-AMG Petronas.

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