Jenson Button just confirmed what Ron Dennis already told the press last weekend. Instead of retiring, he will indeed stay with McLaren-Honda alongside Fernando Alonso for the 2016 season.
Like everyone else, I was pretty amped to see the return of the McLaren Honda partnership in Formula One. But I couldn’t have been the only one disappointed in their chromed-out livery, which looked pretty dull overall and too similar to their 2014 car. Ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, McLaren has fixed…
Ever wonder what makes this year’s McLaren Honda Formula One car work? As in, really work (when it does, in fact, work)? Racecar Engineering compiled the most extensive collection of under-skin photos of this car yet, complete with an analysis of all the juicy details.
The McLaren Honda F1 team may be struggling to find speed and reliability with their entirely new power unit this season, but that doesn't mean that they look any less stunning heading off into the sunset.
By now, everyone has heard that Honda is coming back to Formula 1 as an engine supplier. Turbo V6 engines will be the regulated standard for the premier motorsports starting in 2014, and Honda will reenter the sport in 2015 once they've spent a great deal of time engineering the new motor.