McLaren will start the Monaco Grand Prix in eighth (Kevin Magnussen) and 12th (Jenson Button).
"Fernando would be welcome back at McLaren" - Ron Dennis.
Eric Boullier: "“The possibility of an unpredictable race is a welcome one”
To celebrate its special relationship with McLaren Mercedes, Johnnie Walker will feature prominently on the car, along with on the driver overalls and helmets.
Blogf1.com claims the talks to bring Ratuken to McLaren in 2014 have not resulted in a deal.
Marussia's Max Chilton topped the charts in the opening day of testing in Spain.
At the chequered flag, the McLaren pair was separated by just 0.657s, Jenson Button in 11th and Kevin Magnussen in 12th.
Kevin had a disappointing session and will start from 15th place.
"I am convinced that what McLaren learns is being exchanged with Honda" - Toto Wolff
McLaren's cars might look a little bit different at this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
On the 20th anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna, McLaren today releases a specially commissioned short film that commemorates Formula 1’s most enduring icon.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen finished in 11th and 13th respectively.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner reacted to Dennis' comments on Saturday by saying the team will "vigorously" defend its re-employment of Fallows.