Formula 1 McLaren feared Honda would cause staff exodus Eric Boullier admits he was concerned staff would leave McLaren when it became clear in pre-season Formula 1 testing that Honda would struggle for third successive year
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Formula 1 Hamilton hopes Alonso is in 2018 title fight Lewis Hamilton hopes his former team McLaren and Fernando Alonso are contenders for the 2018 Formula 1 world championship after their switch from Honda to Renault power
Formula 1 Female racers 'disheartened' by Jorda FIA appointment Leading female racing drivers have called the appointment of former Lotus Formula 1 development driver Carmen Jorda to the FIA's Women in Motorsport Commission "incredibly disheartening" and "a backwards step"
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