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McLaren and Alonso play down reunification reports as Honda era looms

McLaren and Alonso play down reunification reports as Honda era looms 5 April, 2014 McLaren is at the centre of a several speculative reports in the Bahrain paddock, one of which suggests that Fernando Alonso may be on his way back to the Woking outfit in the not too distant future. The influential sports daily Marca has made a link between McLaren and the former Formula 1 sponsor Movistar, a Spanish mobile phone operator. The report seems to have been triggered in part by an official McLaren post on Twitter on Friday featuring a photo (above) of Ron Dennis sitting in the Bahrain paddock with Fernando Alonso in 2007. The caption read: 'Another pic of Ron smiling'. A McLaren source...
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