Sainz explains McLaren's drop of form in Sochi qualifying
Carlos Sainz says a change of wind direction caught out the McLaren Formula 1 team in qualifying in Sochi – and similar conditions on Sunday will make for a difficult race.
Brown surprised "angry" Stroll withdrew Racing Point appeal
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says he was "surprised" Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll withdrew his appeal in the ‘Pink Mercedes’ case just weeks after vowing to clear his name.
McLaren won't freeze Sainz out of technical matters
McLaren says that Carlos Sainz will not be frozen out of any technical discussions at the team this year, despite his switch to the Ferrari Formula 1 team for 2021.
McLaren "put money where its mouth is" with Ricciardo
McLaren boss Zak Brown says he "put his money where his mouth is" to woo Daniel Ricciardo to the team for the 2021 Formula 1 season.
Seidl assures McLaren factory sale won't impact F1 team
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says a planned sale of the outfit’s Woking factory will have zero impact on the Formula 1 operation.
Norris: "Lucky" Mugello crash felt worse than it looked
Lando Norris says his crash in second Formula 1 practice for the Tuscan Grand Prix felt “a lot worse” than it looked after escaping without major damage on his McLaren.
F1 should learn from Mugello's cambered corners, says Sainz
McLaren driver Carlos Sainz says the cambered corners at Mugello can create better racing – and that should give Formula 1 something to consider for future track designs.
Racing Point still favourite to take third, says McLaren
McLaren Formula 1 team boss Andreas Seidl believes that Racing Point is still favourite for third place in the World Championship, given the potential of the RP20.
Norris lashes out at "stupid" red flag tyre change rule
McLaren driver Lando Norris has criticised the “stupid” rule that allows Formula 1 teams to change tyres under a red flag situation.
Sainz left "shaking" after "messing up" Monza P3 lap
Carlos Sainz said he was left "shaking" after qualifying because of the effort needed to rescue the lap that earned him third place on the grid for the Italian Grand Prix.
McLaren not counting out Ferrari’s ability to ‘strike back’
McLaren cannot afford to underestimate Ferrari’s ability to “strike back” despite its current Formula 1 struggles, according to team principal Andreas Seidl.