Sport McLaren drivers (left to right) Kevin Magnussen, Jenson Button and Stoffel Vandoorne at the launch of the new MP4-29 car at their base in Woking

British driver considered options but is looking forward to revitalised McLaren

Ross Brawn with Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel

F1: In-demand Ross Brawn will take time to decide his future after leaving Mercedes

Ross Brawn will wait until the summer before deciding whether to return to Formula One.

Ross Brawn speaks to the press during the Indian Grand Prix last weekend

F1: Ross Brawn to take time out until next summer after leaving Mercedes

Brawn confirmed he would leave Mercedes at the end of the season and despite speculation linking him with a swift return to the paddock he will take time to consider his options

Dani Pedrosa (26) leads the pack on his way to victory at the Malaysian Moto GP in Sepang

MotoGP: Marc Marquez closes in on title despite Dani Pedrosa win in Malaysia

Spain’s Dani Pedrosa won the Malaysian Grand Prix for the second year in a row but his compatriot Marc Marquez finished second to move to the brink of clinching the Moto GP title in his rookie season.

Scott Redding stands on cusp of history

Motorcycling: Scott Redding stands on cusp of history after daring last-gasp dash to victory

British rider close to wrapping up Moto2 title as Lorenzo keeps Marquez battle alive

The incident happened as Esteban Gutierrez's car (pictured) was being removed

F1: Track marshal killed during Canadian Grand Prix won by Sebastian Vettel

The marshal was struck by a car as he helped to recover Esteban Gutierrez's Sauber

Jenson Button gives a wave of relief

Jenson Button told he has a job for life at McLaren amid link-up with Honda

The Japanese engine supplier will re-kindle an iconic partnership

Alain Prost celebrates winning the 1988 Australian Grand Prix with Ayrton Senna

McLaren and Honda reunite to bring back a magical era in Formula One

Two giants of the sport rekindle the alliance that ruled when Senna and Prost were kings

Ayrton Senna driving the Marlboro McLaren-Honda MP4/5B in 1990

Honda to make return to Formula One after agreeing deal to replace Mercedes as partners of McLaren

The Japanese manufacturing giant quit the sport at the end of 2008

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 5 March 2013

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Martin Whitmarsh said that McClaren were in a 'development race' with Red Bull

Formula One budget cap 'unrealistic' says McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh

Bernie Ecclestone's latest budget cap idea for the Formula One teams has been described as “unrealistic” by McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh.

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Governing body confirms rescheduling of Japanese GP despite riders' refusals

The Japanese Grand Prix will go ahead in October despite leading MotoGP riders refusing to go, the sport's governing body announced yesterday.

MotoGP: Fit-again Pedrosa outspeeds rivals

Dani Pedrosa returned to winning ways after a three-man battle at the Sachsenring yesterday. The Repsol Honda rider saw off Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo and his team-mate Casey Stoner in the German Grand Prix to win for the first time since breaking a collarbone in May.

Pedrosa to have second operation

Doctors have told Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa he needs a second operation on his broken collarbone. "During the rehabilitation process... a very small fragment of bone moved, therefore to aid faster healing doctors will proceed to fix this fragment," his Repsol Honda team said yesterday.

Silverstone fans braced for battle of fading idol and brash Australian

After world title in '07, Casey Stoner has had a tough time. Now he's back and pushing Valentino Rossi into the margins
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