The race director of McLaren Eric Boullier confirmed about not resigning from McLaren despite chaos going on in Formula One. He has won several races as well as championships each time he has worked in the past which also includes F1. He certainly doesn’t want to give it up so easily. As per Boullier, Red Bull Ring is the circuit of a real driver and he hopes that Stoffel Vandoorne and Fernando Alonso show their potential especially after not so fruitful races for McLaren team. Although the team has gone through tough times with multiple retirements in the past races, McLaren will stand out to show its best performance in the upcoming races. Boullier does admit the fact that his team’s performance has dropped, but he is hopeful to see the chequered flag this time.
As per Boullier, the racing track is relatively compact and straightforward and you look at extracting smallest margins from the vehicle and driver within a quick slap. This is indeed not an easy task to accomplish as some of the corner spots look more inviting but in reality they are not. McLaren and his team despite the difficult races in the past are now looking for a smooth weekend. It would be great to see Fernando getting to the finishing line this weekend. A year back at this time, McLaren had no points in hand, but they are now in the fourth position with Renault. This was one of the targets they had in mind to fulfill and they succeeded.
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Fernando Alonso believes Formula 1 will be back to normality for him in 2018 when Renault powers McLaren rather than Honda.
The end of Honda’s unsuccessful partnership with McLaren was finally announced ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, with the team switching to Renaults in a three-year deal.
Asked how it would feel if he was able to return to frontrunner status with McLaren-Renault, Alonso replied, “Normality! But I think it is just looking too much ahead, because I don’t know even what I will do next year.”
“But the aim is, as I always said, to be on the podium and fight for victories.”
Alonso has not yet confirmed that he will be remaining with McLaren, but it is understood that a new contract is just a formality.
When asked why he was still waiting to sort out the deal, Alonso revealed that there were already too many announcements in Singapore and he had preferred to focus entirely on a race that represented one of the few chances remaining to score good points.
He hinted that a visit to the factory in Woking this week would be the perfect time to get things finalized. Continue reading FERNANDO ALONSO EXPECTS NORMALITY IN F1 2018
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Stoffel Vandoorne is helping McLaren as they try to put the disappointments of last weekend behind them.
Vandoorne who was driving for the team in Bahrain on the second day of testing clocked 81 laps.
Vandoorne who was supposed to be starting the race on Sunday last weekend at the Sakhir circuit was plagued by technical problems with the team’s Honda engines.
Fernando Alonso, his fellow McLaren team mate was forced to pull out of the event shortly before it came to an end.
Alonso could not hide his disappointment at the lack of pace from his Honda engine throughout Sunday’s race before his retirement.
He is expected to head out for the Indianapolis 500 and is to be replaced by Jenson Button next month in Monaco.
On Tuesday, Oliver Turvey, McLaren’s test driver was only able to complete a handful of laps after a water leak made it impossible for him to continue. Continue reading STOFFEL VANDOORNE CLOCKS 81 LAPS IN BAHRAIN
When a racing company seems to be winning most of the titles there is little doubt that most drivers want to be part of the winning bandwagon.
However, latest news showcases the fact that Fernando Alonso is not leaving McLaren though he also has an offer to join Mercedes. The news confirms that Fernando will not leave the team in the middle of a season. This is as per comments made by Martin Brundle. The comment goes to show that Fernando is definitely joining up with Mercedes in the coming year.
Alonso was in the news last when he criticized the power unit suppliers who work with Honda. Being a double world champion in his comments stirred up concerns and debates. Working with McLaren he criticized the engines that he felt lacked reliability and power. However, even if his team is underperforming, he is not leaving immediately. Alonso and his team have been having issues. Continue reading Fernando Alonso In New Season
Fernando Alonso has shown quite a great deal of courage in the forthcoming 2017 season even as he has a rookie for a teammate.
The Spaniard seems unperturbed as he believes the new season holds a lot in stock. This is a peculiar situation seeing as it has been a decade that he was in line for the McLaren.
At the time, the Spaniard was the reigning back to back champion and he had a very clear shot at the McLaren when he was paired with a rookie; Lewis Hamilton.
In an interesting twist of events, it seems history is setting up to repeat itself at the woking team as McLaren powered by Honda has paired the 35-year old Fernando Alonso with a highly rated Stoffel Vandoorne who is a rookie for the new season. However, even with the pairing, Alonso has said that he is not worried.
He expressed great confidence in vandoorne’s abilities, as he admitted that the Belgian was really talented. Alonso had watched him make his debut during his recovery last year. He said that for a driver who is new to the division, he did very well as it wasnt easy overcoming the pressure and getting admirable results. Continue reading ALONSO CONFIDENT ABOUT 2017