Jenson Button has a special F1 affinity with the Hungaroring, and hopes to make that count with the slowly improving McLaren this weekend.
A stewards’ report has absolved Kevin Magnussen of any wrongdoing in his collision with Felipe Massa, according to Eric Boullier…
Watch short highlights of the 2007 Hungarian Grand Prix, where McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton takes his third Grand Prix victory after fending off the Ferrari of eventual world champion Kimi Raikkonen.
Lewis Hamilton reminds everyone he is the reigning F1 world champion, claiming his first win of the 2009 season by coming out on top at the Hungarian Grand Prix in his much-improved McLaren.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is blameless for the crash which flipped Felipe Massa’s car.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Felipe Massa was wrong to blame Kevin Magnussen for their German Grand Prix collision, because the FIA’s report proves the Dane was totally innocent
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on? Will Williams finally overhaul them
Eric Boullier insists everyone at McLaren remains determined to keep pushing as hard as possible for the remainder of the season…
Jenson Button believes McLaren have taken some positive steps ahead of the Hungarian GP while Kevin Magnussen is hoping everything comes together…
Get set for the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix with the official McLaren Mercedes Race Preview. Read it here.
You never know before going to watch any Grand Prix how good the race will be; run-of-the-mill or unforgettable?  Such were my thoughts as I left home early on Friday morning, hoping for a performance at Hockenheim as electric as the lightning storms illuminating my journey.  Flying on Friday morning meant missing Free Practice 1, and relying on public transport to work as planned to get us to Fre…
Historischer Erfolg für deutsche Säbel-Fechter. Außerdem: Formel-1-Legende Niki Lauda meint, Ferrari und McLaren hätten ein “Scheißauto”.
Historischer Erfolg für deutsche Säbel-Fechter. Außerdem: Formel-1-Legende Niki Lauda findet, McLaren und Red Bull haben ein “Scheißauto”. Alle News abseits des Fußballs finden Sie im Liveticker.
View theSantander German Grand Prix photo gallery by multi award winning photographer Darren Heath on the Official McLaren Mercedes website.
Niki Lauda has had a go at McLaren and Ferrari for designing “s**t” cars that cannot rival the Mercedes W05…
The best images from the 2014 Formula 1 Santander German Grand Prix on the Official McLaren Mercedes website. View the gallery here.
Jenson Button has been left baffled by Lewis Hamilton’s ‘strange’ performance during a collision-fuelled German Grand Prix. Hamilton’s battle up from 20th on the grid included an incident with his former team mate in Hockenheim.
Hamilton hit Buttons car on lap 30 British drivers initially disagreed over etiquette Read Giles Richards race report Mardenborough wins GP3 raceAfter the former McLaren team-mates Jenson Button …
“I don’t think I’m the only person he drove into,” says McLaren driver after collision with former team-mate at Hockenheim
McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen says he had ‘nowhere to go’ to avoid his clash with Felipe Massa at the first corner of the German Grand Prix.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas achieved his third consecutive podium and the team's 300th podium at the German GP today. Felipe Massa's race unfortunately ended early after he was involved in a first corner incident with McLaren's Kevin Magnussen.
Felipe Massa has blamed Kevin Magnussen for their first corner collision at the German Grand Prix, saying the McLaren driver was too aggressive
Watch Felipe Massa has he flips his Williams in a crash on the first corner involving Kevin Magnussen of McLaren.
McLaren were hopeful of a strong race result today in Germany, but saw part of its hopes vanish already at the first corner when Kevin Magnussen got involved in a crash.
McLaren Mercedes official race report from the 2014 Formula 1 Santander German Grand Prix, including quotes from Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen and Eric Boullier . Read it here.
McLaren Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen said he had nowhere to go in his first-corner accident with Felipe Massa’s Williams in the German Grand Prix
There were points in the German Grand Prix for Nico Hulkenberg, Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen and Sergio Perez…
Williams driver Felipe Massa hits Kevin Magnussen’s McLaren at the first corner of the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany. Even though his car flipped dangerously he …
The Brazilian driver was lucky to escape without injury after his car flipped upside down following a collision with McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen praised his McLaren team after he qualified fourth ahead of the German Grand Prix
Fernando Alonso has set his sights on Red Bull, Force India and McLaren ahead of Sunday’s German GP…
Fernando Alonso has set his sights on Red Bull, Force India and McLaren ahead of Sunday’s German GP…
Williams performance chief Rob Smedley says his team is watching out for McLaren after being impressed by Kevin Magnussen’s performance in qualifying for Formula 1′s German Grand Prix
After putting his MP4-29 on the second row of the grid for the 2014 Santander Grand Prix, we gave followers of @McLarenF1 the chance to quiz Kevin Magnussen… and you didn’t disappoint. Here’s a pick of the best questions. 
Kevin Magnussen appears to be in very good place in Hockenheim this weekend. While world champion team mate Jenson Button seems to be struggling with the latest changes to the McLaren, Magnussen has been using them to his advantage, scoring an impressive fourth place on the grid (to Button’s 11th) for Sunday’s German race. So why the difference?
Fernando Alonso believes his Ferrari is capable of beating the Red Bulls and McLaren in front of it on the German Grand Prix grid, although he suspects the Mercedes and Williams will be too quick
Kevin Magnussen believes McLaren are not too far away from big guns after a strong qualifying session in Hockenheim…
McLaren's Kevin Magnussen qualified in 4th place for tomorrow's German Grand Prix with team mate Jenson Button narrowly missing out on the top ten. He'll start from 11th on the starting grid.
The official McLaren Mercedes FP3 and Qualifying Report from the 2014 Formula 1 German British Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg gave the home fans exactly what they wanted as he raced to pole position in Germany on Saturday afternoon, but Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton had another miserable qualifying session, crashing out in Q1 with a brake disc failure. Behind Rosberg, Williams claimed second and third with Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa, ahead of McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen and Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo
Nico Rosberg claimed his fifth pole position of this season for the German GP, edging out the Williams of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa…
McLaren may be looking good on the timesheets but Jenson Button says they are finding it “a little bit tougher” over long runs…
Jenson Button fears McLaren will struggle in the German Grand Prix despite strong one-lap pace during Friday practice
2014 Santander German Grand Prix – Free Practice Report
World championship leader and crowd favourite Nico Rosberg led team mate Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes one-two as the action got underway at Hockenheim on Friday morning. The well-matched Silver Arrows duo were separated by just 0.065s, with Fernando Alonso a further 0.227s back for Ferrari. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren’s Jenson Button completed the top five
Jenson Button says the McLaren Formula 1 team’s recovery plan is running ahead of schedule, with a radical new rear wing arriving early for this weekend’s German Grand Prix
Race engineer Stallard won rowing silver at 2008 Olympics McLaren driver Button hopes to build on fourth at SilverstoneJenson Button has said he is eager to begin working with his new …
Jenson Button says McLaren s performance in the British Grand Prix has left it high on confidence ahead of this weekend s race in Germany
As you read these words, the Formula 1 circus has arrived in Hockenheim, an unremarkable town in the upper Rhine valley, in the north-east quarter of the state of Baden-Württemberg, about 12 miles (20km) south of Mannheim and six miles (10km) west of Walldorf. Were it not for the fact that a racetrack was built there in 1932, and unimaginatively but logically named the Hockenheimring, very few mcl…
Drivers – Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Kevin Magnussen (McLaren), Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) Q: Nico Hulkenberg, points in every race so far this season – only you and [Fernando] Alonso have managed that so far. How positive is that for you?