McLaren may not have given up on signing Fernando Alonso for its new Honda-powered era beginning in 2015.
Team boss Martin Whitmarsh, who openly tried to woo the Spaniard back to Woking for the 2014 season, this week skipped attending the prestigious Autosport Awards in order to travel to Madrid.
In the Spanish capital, Alonso was launching an exhibition featuring the memorabilia of his entire career collected by his father.
Indeed, Whitmarsh was photographed with Alonso alongside representatives of the two-time world champion's other F1 bosses, including Giancarlo Minardi, Stefano Domenicali and Flavio Briatore.
Daily Mail correspondent Jonathan McEvoy said Whitmarsh was so keen to attend...
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