McLaren Formula 1 chief Ron Dennis has told Motorsport.com that his team will re-use its Malaysian GP Honda engines at the next race in China.
Ron Dennis open to the possibility of a reunion with Alonso at McLaren.
While Ron Dennis admits that McLaren is in talks with the former Mercedes boss, Ross Brawn looks toward his fishing trip.
The rumours suggested Dennis was shaping up to grasp back control of the F1 outfit.
Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz sends message to the teams who are struggling financially in Formula One.
Hamilton and his former mentor are rebuilding their broken friendship.
From a tiny base, the team migrated through various premises in Colnbrook and Woking before settling upon its current site at the McLaren Technology Centre.
Lewis Hamilton: "One (title) is less prestigious now because so many people have won a championship."
Apparently Ron Dennis has lost his voting rights on the McLaren Group board.
As part of this new partnership Sergio Perez - the talented Mexican driver – will be an ambassador for the Swiss brand, together with the Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button.
Rumour has it that James Allison of Lotus has been sounded out by McLaren as a replacement for Paddy Lowe.
Dennis: "I think it's wrong to portray that Lewis left this team."