"Everybody is talking to everybody."
Honda engines like Alonso's have had a run of bad luck. One blew up on Friday.
But they're not being actively recruited.
Alonso drove 222 mph in his IndyCar rookie test.
After a decade racing in chrome, McLaren has revealed a new livery that replaces the black and chrome with a dark shade of gray in time for the 2015 Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has driven for some of the best teams in Formula One, but once he's done with his current deal at McLaren, he'll be done with the sport for good.
As Fernando Alonso recovers in hospital, McLaren tries to sort out what went wrong that resulted in his crash at the F1 test session in Barcelona on Sunday. One thing it's sure of, though, is that he wasn't knocked out by an electrical fault.
McLaren and Honda are climbing back into the cockpit together for the first time in 23 years with the launch of the MP4-30 for the 2015 Formula One World Championship.
Every year a big game of musical chairs breaks out in the Formula One paddock, as some drivers try to hold on to their seats, some try to grab new ones and others are left without a seat for the following season. McLaren has been extremely reluctant to announce who would be sitting in its carbon-fiber seats next season, but it's finally spilled the beans.
Of all the changes in store for next year's Formula One World Championship, few are as hotly anticipated as Honda's return as an engine supplier to the McLaren team. And with the current season drawing to a close, Honda has tweeted two images of the current car runni
Next year Honda will return to Formula One after a seven-year absence, bringing the first Japanese automaker to compete in the top-tier racing series back into the fold. But though it started in 1964 much as it ended in 2008, running its own team (much like Ferrari and Mercedes do today), its new F1 prog
McLaren and Honda may expand their alliance beyond the world of Formula 1, according a report from the UK's Autocar, which quotes McLaren CEO
As one of the premier sports cars in the world, the Porsche 911 is always driving around with a target on its rear-engined backside. If a new report is to be believed, the latest automaker with plans to build a 911-fighting sports coupe could be McLaren. Motor Trend is reporting that the recent news that Jeffrey N. Ross