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McLaren Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo says he didn't underestimate the time it would take him to adapt to his new car, vowing to stay patient as he gets up to speed.
Daniel Ricciardo said he had to "swallow his pride" when his McLaren Formula 1 team asked him to move over for team-mate Lando Norris in Imola, but accepted the call was fair.
Carlos Sainz believes that Ferrari can be ahead of McLaren at tracks that better suit its Formula 1 car, judging by the progress made so far this season.
Daniel Ricciardo has found a new lease of life at McLaren – a move that’s been years in the making, as he explains to STUART CODLING…
McLaren has agreed a £170 million sale and leaseback deal for its Woking Formula 1 and automotive factory.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks he needs to get rid of some old habits he picked up from his previous Formula 1 teams if he is to get more from his McLaren.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says Lando Norris' harsh self-criticism after a minor Imola qualifying mistake typifies the British driver's character in Formula 1.
Ferrari’s impressive showing during Friday’s Formula 1 practice sessions for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was “not a shock”, according to McLaren’s Lando Norris.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown says Formula 1 should be happy to accept Netflix's massaging of the truth in Drive to Survive, even though it has upset some fans.
Lando Norris says his McLaren Formula 1 team is "not miles away" from frontrunners Mercedes and Red Bull and expects a season-long battle with Ferrari and AlphaTauri for third.
Williams held out against the tide for many years but, as MARK GALLAGHER explains, the age of the owner-manager is long gone
McLaren Formula 1 CEO Zak Brown has promised his new driver Daniel Ricciardo a run in Dale Earnhardt's 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo NASCAR Cup car if he scores a podium.
McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris' fourth place in the Bahrain Grand Prix is proof he has "made the next step" ahead of his third season.
McLaren has revealed that Daniel Ricciardo's performance in Formula 1's season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix was hurt by floor damage sustained at the start of the race.
Lando Norris has played down McLaren’s impressive practice form at the Bahrain Grand Prix, claiming he is lacking confidence and does not think rivals showed their true pace.
The return of the McLaren-Mercedes partnership for the first time since 2014 brings two of Formula 1's biggest names back together. Could it be the final step in McLaren's rebuilding job?
Daniel Ricciardo is hopeful he will be able to pull off some trademark late-brake overtaking moves in Formula 1 soon, despite having not yet got on top of McLaren’s brakes.
Ahead of a season in which the majority of F1 cars bear a strong resemblance to last year, it was curious that the one with perhaps the greatest difference was the first to launch. McLaren's trouble-free performance in testing appears to have validated it's decision to pursue generous lead times
McLaren is surprised no other Formula 1 team adopted its clever diffuser design, but doesn’t think it will take long before it's copied following Bahrain testing.
Daniel Ricciardo wants to wait until he's driven McLaren's new Formula 1 car in cooler conditions before judging how good it is, after suggesting it hasn't felt 'electrifying' so far.
Formula 1’s new aero rules aimed to cut downforce have been a big challenge for teams this winter as they have thrown everything at trying to recover the losses.
As Formula 1 prepares for the start of its three-day test in Bahrain this week, Autosport's technical consultant recalls days with McLaren and Benetton when testing was a far bigger part of an engineer's role
New Williams Formula 1 CEO Jost Capito is “absolutely convinced” the team can enjoy a similar revival to McLaren following its takeover last summer.
OPINION: The deal McLaren concluded with MSP Sports Capital last year which will help the cash-strapped Formula 1 team pay for much-needed infrastructure upgrades, also points toward the future for F1 itself, says STUART CODLING
The second year of McLaren's full-time IndyCar return is looming, with Patricio O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist leading its line-up. Strong team personnel and work behind the scenes means that 2021 could be the year it joins the established elite
Daniel Ricciardo says his "wide hips" make him on the limit for the width of current Formula 1 cockpits, but he now fits into this year's McLaren after early difficulties
Daniel Ricciardo has revealed he has signed a three-year deal with McLaren, believing there is plenty of momentum currently behind the Formula 1 team that gives him confidence
Sam Schmidt believes Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet can join Chip Ganassi Racing, Team Penske and Andretti Autosport in the top echelon of IndyCar in 2020
Daniel Ricciardo felt his maiden Formula 1 outing with McLaren went "really smooth" after sampling the MCL35M car for the first time at Silverstone on Tuesday
McLaren says it has not encountered any troubles with the new Mercedes Formula 1 engine, despite concerns the German manufacturer has about its own preparations for the season ahead
McLaren comes into the 2021 Formula 1 season with arguably the most differences to its updated MCL35M chassis. But amid its attempts to consolidate its hard-earned third place in the constructors standings, there's an element of jeopardy too, says ADAM COOPER
Daniel Ricciardo believes a repeat of his Renault tattoo bet will be off-limits at McLaren, but has set his sights on a wager surrounding Zak Brown's classic car collection
McLaren has unveiled its MCL35M challenger for the 2021 Formula 1 season, reclaiming Mercedes power for the new year
McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris feels "fully recovered" after contracting COVID-19 while in Dubai last month, leaving him "very drained" for a couple of weeks
McLaren's new MCL35M has still managed to incorporate some "fresh ideas" despite the homologation limits of Formula 1's 2021 rules, according to technical director James Key
Daniel Ricciardo is set to make his first McLaren appearance on Tuesday when the team shakes down the new MCL35M Formula 1 car at Silverstone
McLaren has become the first Formula 1 team to unveil its new car ahead of the 2021 season, presenting the MCL35M to the world on Monday evening
McLaren is the first Formula 1 team to show its hand with a Mercedes-powered iteration of the MCL35 that helped it to finish third in 2020. But its engine isn't the only area where McLaren has taken inspiration from the reigning champion
When McLaren pulls the covers off its new MCL35M at its Woking factory this evening, the expectation is of it being Formula 1's most different car of 2021
McLaren has taken eight constructors' and 12 drivers' championships since it arrived in F1 in 1966. But from such esteemed company, which is its best car? LUCY RIMMER and KEVIN TURNER pick out the best of the best
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown is eager to see Formula 1 introduce a calendar rotation model in future seasons, believing it could help some races become more sustainable
History's second most successful Formula 1 team fell far, and fell hard at the start of the turbo hybrid era. But out of the doldrums of the Honda era, at last a revitalised empire is preparing to strike back with Mercedes power and a reinforced driver lineup
McLaren hasn't had F1's fastest car since 2012, but was closer to the outright pace in 2020 than it had been at any point since 2013 - certainly a source of encouragement to a team that has endured numerous ups and downs in its 55-year history
McLaren became "a bit Darth Vader" in its declining years and needed to become warmer as a Formula 1 organisation, believes CEO Zak Brown
The new era of Formula 1 featuring a budget cap and a revised governance structure will play towards McLaren's "sweet spot", according to Zak Brown
Lando Norris believes new McLaren team-mate Daniel Ricciardo can help the team "move forward" with his Formula 1 race-winning experience in 2021
New Arrow McLaren SP recruit Felix Rosenqvist believes he has settled into his new IndyCar home in a "very natural way" ahead of the 2021 season
McLaren has announced it will unveil its new car for the 2021 Formula 1 season, the MCL35M, on 15 February
McLaren has fired up its new Mercedes-powered MCL35M for the first time ahead of the 2021 Formula 1 season
McLaren's switch to Mercedes power units means it has designed "essentially a new car" for 2021, despite the stability in the Formula 1 regulations
McLaren is targeting improved low speed performance and a car less sensitive to gusty conditions with its 2021 Formula 1 challenger
Lando Norris believes the Mercedes Formula 1 power unit package will be "much better" for McLaren in 2021 following its move away from Renault