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Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat has agreed to sell some of its stake in McLaren to the Formula One team’s overall head Ron Dennis, who is set to become the majority shareholder.
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Ron Dennis agrees with his fellow shareholders a price at which he can take a majority shareholding of the McLaren Group.
You could be the proud owner of Max Chilton’s former race car, or a set of his overalls, plus team umbrellas, steering wheels and a host of technical equipment from the factory
How do you replace a man who describes himself as Formula 1′s answer to Frank Sinatra, writes BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
Bernie Ecclestone says South Korea do not want a grand prix in 2015, but that it had to be added to the calendar for legal reasons.
In pics: After McLaren confirmed Fernando Alonso’s bumper £25 million contract, we take a look at how his earnings compare with other stars
Bernie Ecclestone says F1 needs a woman’s touch and wants his advisor Sacha Woodward-Hill to take over the day-to-day running of F1 when he retires.
McLaren announce their new driver line-up for 2015 at their Woking factory on Thursday. Fernando Alonso joins from Ferrari while 2014 race driver Jenson Button is retained in that role. Kevin …
Ron Dennis has revealed that his tete-a-tete with Jenson Button after the Abu Dhabi GP was a central tenant to his decision to offer the former world champion an unexpected reprieve.
Schumacher has reportedly lost out on millions as a result of the commercial decisions taken by some companies who no longer see him as a role model for their products
McLaren chiefs Eric Boullier and Ron Dennis are adamant that Kevin Magnussen Formula 1 career has only been “paused” and the young Dane will ultimately return to the grid.
Bernie Ecclestone believes one of his most trusted female aides could succeed him as Formula One supremo, almost a decade on from suggesting a woman’s place was in the kitchen rather than a race track.
The assets of collapsed F1 team Marussia – including race and show cars and testing gear – are to be sold at auction.
Jenson Button relived the moment he received the call he feared would never come. It was Monday and McLaren chairman Ron Dennis spoke to offer him a Formula One race seat for next season
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has informed Qatar no amount of money can buy them a grand prix in the future. And, the F1 supremo reveals there’s a thorny issue why.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone believes one of his most trusted female aides could succeed him, almost a decade on from suggesting a woman’s place was in the kitchen rather than a race track.
Retaining Jenson Button alongside the returning Fernando Alonso gives McLaren one of the strongest driver line-ups for next year. Besides being just, it also makes  complete sense.
Brit has been handed a two-year contract extension by the Woking team having been told in mid-season that he needed to pull his finger out
F1 supremo could turn to trusted chief legal officer Sacha Woodward-Hill, and says having a woman as chief executive ‘would not be bad idea’
• Sacha Woodward-Hill is F1 Group’s chief legal officer• Ecclestone says he has no intention of retiring • ‘F1 is better off serving rich over-70s …
Spain’s double world champion Fernando Alonso and Britain’s Jenson Button will drive for Honda-powered McLaren next season
Growing up in Hertfordshire town gave Hamilton drive to succeed and locals remain fiercely proud, writes Jim White
Briton takes a massive pay cut from £12m to less than £8m, while new arrival Fernando Alonso will be on £25m-a-year
Fernando Alonso insists he is “very different” to when he last drove for McLaren in 2007, as he returns to the team for the 2015 season.
Fernando Alonso insists he is “very different” to when he last drove for McLaren in 2007, as he returns to the team for the 2015 season.
Fernando Alonso says he has “unfinished business“ at McLaren and has to put right a dark point of his career in 2007.
Jenson Button is “happy” that he will remain with McLaren next season, saying his “heart” has always been with the team.
Jenson Button says he hopes to stay at McLaren as Fernando Alonso’s team-mate for more than just 2015.
Ron Dennis has claimed that Lewis Hamilton wasn’t entirely blameless in the spectacular fallout at McLaren in 2007 which triggered Fernando Alonso’s original departure from the team
The 2009 world champion has extended his career by a further year at least and we take a look at the most significant images from his time in F1
With Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button confirmed at McLaren in 2015, BBC Sport runs down next season’s driver line-ups.
Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.
Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
“By some order of magnitude the best driver line-up in Formula One,” cooed McLaren ceo Ron Dennis at this morning’s unveiling of Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button. Now all he has to do is to produce a car worthy of it. Easier said than done.
The team revealed their driver line-up at a news conference in Surrey, with Fernando Alonso to be partnered by the charismatic Brit
As ex-world champion Jenson Button secures his McLaren seat for 2015, BBC Sport looks at his career in pictures.
In pics: Hamilton to Hill, Coulthard to Clark – F1 Correspondent Daniel Johnson ranks and rates the best drivers Britain has ever produced
• Former world champion to compete in his 16th F1 season • Kevin Magnussen is retained as test driver• Giles Richards: McLaren have made right decisionJenson Button has kept his …
Britain has supplied 160 drivers to the F1 world championship and only 10 have won it – Button is a member of an exclusive club and can continue to show why• …
The 2009 world champion’s future has been up in the air all season long but the Woking-based outfit have confirmed he will stay for a 16th season
Former world champions Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will drive for McLaren in 2015.
Interactive: He may have been granted a reprieve by McLaren, but Button still lags behind his Mercedes rival in all-time standings
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso make up McLaren driver line-up for 2015 ending months of speculation over Briton’s future
Jenson Button has been handed an unlikely lifeline to remain in Formula One after McLaren confirmed he will partner the returning Fernando Alonso for the 2015 championship, meaning Kevin Magnussen has been dropped to reserve and test driver after just one year with the Woking-based team.
Jenson Button looks set to be given the chance to go out with a bang after reports suggest McLaren have elected to retain the 2009 world champion over their up-and-coming youngster Kevin Magnussen for the 2015 season.