Sport Ross Brawn could return to Formula One should the team principal role become available at McLaren

Dennis returned to his role as group chief executive officer and it is understood that Whitmarsh will not be team principal come the season-opening race in Australia

Thousands turned out to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker during a special public memorial and car rally in Los Angeles over the weekend

Paul Walker: Fans hold memorial and car rally for Fast & Furious actor

Thousands turned out to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star

A pensive Jenson Button is glad to be ‘home’ at Silverstone

F1: Jenson Button says McLaren's image has changed

The former world champion has struggled this season in an uncompetitive car

Lotus ready for pole position

Loss-making F1 team is rumoured to have a new investor, reports Mark Leftly
Hamilton gave McLaren a fourth consecutive pole for the first time since 1999

McLaren win tax verdict over spying scandal

McLaren successfully argued the £32million fine they were handed over the 2007 spying scandal should be tax deductible, it has been revealed.

Lewis Hamilton has had a series of run-ins with Felipe Massa this year

Lewis Hamilton must avoid distractions to succeed says former driver John Watson

John Watson is hoping Lewis Hamilton found a way to counterbalance his life during Formula One's winter break if he is to become world champion again this season.

Jarno Trulli of Team Lotus during the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix

Iley to make move to Team Lotus

Team Lotus have confirmed the appointment of John Iley as their new performance director.

McLaren MP4-12C

It scorches to 62mph in 3.3 seconds – but it's its sweet nature that beats those Italian fireworks

McLaren cuts losses and tilts new supercar at US

Revenue at supercar manufacturer McLaren Automotive fell by 10 per cent to £82.2m in the year ending 31 December 2009 according to its latest accounts. The fall was driven by a drop in production of McLaren's SLR which will be superseded next spring by the 200mph MP4-12C.

Incredible Hulk of US motoring reaches the end of the road

It was a true American icon – a 'muscle car' for motoring romantics. But now the Pontiac is no more. Sean O'Grady mourns its passing

Business Diary: McLaren's ideal shop window

Shocking news from One Hyde Park, a posh apartment block being developed in the heart of Knightsbridge: the residents of this exclusive development will have to share it with a car showroom. Now, admittedly, the cars on show are from McLaren Automotive, the racing car team, which is launching the McLaren MP4-1C high-performance sports car next year – yours for $250,000 – but even so.

McLaren accelerates into debt to build new 'super-car' factory

Motor giant borrows £40m for its £175,000 MP4-1C, which can hit 124mph in less than 10 seconds

McLaren shows off new super-car

McLaren has revealed its long-awaited, technology-packed new road car, the MP4-12C. Several of its technical features draw upon McLaren's experience in motor racing. The most notable of these is probably the extensive use of carbon fibre, which makes for an exceptionally strong and stiff body structure.

Observations: Clint Eastwood, a fistful of muscle cars...and that pink Cadillac

If you are the kind of gnarly old Hollywood grand-daddy who seems to have been hewn from the very rock on which America was built – in other words, Clint Eastwood – your film career can probably be oversimplified to three or four props. In his case these might be: horses, guns, stubble and cars. Automobiles have always been central to Eastwood's machismo, as important to his masculine image as the once-ever-present cheroot hanging from his mouth.

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