McLaren had another double points finish today in Malaysia. Jenson Button drove a faultless race and finished 6th. Kevin Magnussen touched Raikkonen's Ferrari on turn 2 which compromised his entire race.
A contrite Kevin Magnussen has apologised to his McLaren team after “messing” things up in Malaysia…
There were points in the Malaysian Grand Prix for Jenson Button, Felipe Massa, Valtteri Bottas, Kevin Magnussen and Daniil Kvyat…
Button was glad not to reach the podium in Australia McLaren driver takes blame for choice of tyres in MalaysiaJenson Button chose a quiet afternoon in Malaysia …
Jenson Button insists McLaren are making progress with their car, even though they appeared to tread water during wet qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Button was glad not to reach the podium in Australia McLaren driver takes blame for choice of tyres in MalaysiaJenson Button chose a quiet afternoon in Malaysia …
McLaren didn’t really make the most of the mixed conditions at Sepang on Saturday, with some ineffective tyre choices and an off for Kevin Magnussen. However, both MP4-29s will start from a top-ten grid slot and Magnussen believes they are in good shape to capitalise on whatever the Malaysian weather may throw at them in Sunday’s race
Once again rain enlivened a 2014 qualifying session, leaving teams with some tricky decisions to make on Pirelli’s full wet and intermediate tyres. Mercedes managed things best as McLaren always seemed to be on the back foot, but Red Bull were also in with a shout throughout.
Jenson Button says it was “worth the risk” to gamble on intermediate tyres in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix, because McLaren is not fast enough in the wet
McLaren had a difficult Saturday in preparation for the Malaysian Grand Prix tomorrow. After sensor issues in FP3, both drivers said they were unable to extract the maximum out of their cars during qualifying.
The official McLaren Mercedes FP3 and Qualifying Report from the 2014 Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix.
There were top ten times in Malaysian qualifying for Kevin Magnussen, Jean-Eric Vergne and Jenson Button…
Mercedes dominated FP3 for the Malaysian Grand Prix as it finally showed its true pace at Sepang, putting a second on the rest of the field as McLaren hit trouble
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Jenson Button admits he is surprised by McLaren s lack of pace during practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying the car is suffering in high-speed corners
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McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen was the highest scoring rookie at Melbourne’s season opener, but Daniil Kvyat’s performance – qualifying eighth and finishing ninth – was arguably just as impressive given the relative pace of his Toro Rosso machinery. Kvyat admits he’s set himself a high standard, but also insists he’s up to the challenge of maintaining – and beating – that standard.
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Jenson Button believes McLaren needs cooler temperatures over the weekend to have a hope of being competitive in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button believes McLaren needs cooler temperatures over the weekend to have a hope of being competitive in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button has conceded McLaren don’t yet have the pace to trouble the front of the grid at the Malaysia GP, despite being satisfied with the performance of the new-look nose on the MP4-29.
Jenson Button admits McLaren need to find more pace over the long distance runs if they want to be competitive this weekend…
The official McLaren Mercedes Free Practice Report from the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix.
McLaren can catch Formula 1 pacesetter Mercedes this year as long as it maintains an aggressive development push, reckons Jenson Button
The world champion branded the sport’s new nearly soundless cars as “s**t” – which prompted the McLaren driver to wade into the debate
Jenson Button is hopeful McLaren will keep improving this weekend in Sepang but plays down his chances of being able to win this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen admits he didn’t expect to finish his first F1 race on the podium but having equalled Lewis Hamilton’s 2007 feat in Australia, the Dane is now keen to draw a line under the comparisons inevitably drawn between the two McLaren protégés.
It’s not been the easiest start to 2014 for Sergio Perez. His first outing for Force India saw him qualify a disappointing 16th and then – thanks only to Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion – pick up just a solitary point in Melbourne. To add insult to injury, the team who dropped him at the end of last year – McLaren – have reversed their miserable 2013 form to become frontrunners once more.
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Kevin Magnussen insists he is no longer focussing on his debut podium as it is still a long way off what McLaren believes it can achieve this year
Jenson Button believes the gap to Mercedes will be easier to close in 2014 than in previous seasons thanks to the new Technical Regulations and McLaren can catch the new F1 frontrunners – but perhaps not this weekend in Malaysia.
Jenson Button says the double podium in Australia has motivated McLaren ahead of the Malaysian GP while Kevin Magnussen is expecting a tougher test…
Mercedes’ advantage over the other teams will be less apparent in Malaysia, according to McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis…
Mercedes’ advantage over the other teams will be less apparent in Malaysia, according to McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis…
Jenson Button says Ron Dennis’s increased involvement with the McLaren Formula 1 team has put everyone “on their toes” this season.
McLaren boss Ron Dennis is confident the gap to Mercedes will be closed this season, despite his rival’s strong performance at the opening grand prix in Australia
Eric Boullier wants McLaren to ‘consolidate’ their lead at the top of the Constructors’ Championship standings in Malaysia this week…
Woking team have significant improvements coming – but their Brit driver thinks Hamilton and Rosberg will still be way out in front this weekend
Kevin Magnussen has called on McLaren to try and outdevelop its rivals over the coming races as it looks to close the performance gap to Mercedes
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier wants the team to consolidate its lead in the constructors championship at this weekend s Malaysian Grand Prix
Jenson Button is confident McLaren will maintain their early-season promise at this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix. The Brit showed off his slimline figure in a picture posted to his Instagram account on Monday.
McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis is confident that promoting rookie Kevin Magnussen as a replacement for Sergio Perez was the right decision…
Having dusted themselves off after Australia’s season opener, the F1 teams regroup in the heat of Kuala Lumpur this weekend, where the challenge of the Sepang International Circuit awaits. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix discuss their prospects
McLaren are hopeful the upgrades they are bringing to this weekend’s race in Malaysia represent the first stage of an “aggressive” development push they are initiating to try and catch Mercedes.
McLaren boss Ron Dennis is convinced Kevin Magnussen has what it takes to be a Formula 1 world champion following the Dane’s sensational grand prix debut in Australia.