McLaren F1 driver Fernando Alonso attends a news conference ahead of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix night race in Singapore September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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McLaren are expected to announce at the Singapore Grand Prix Friday an end to their troubled three-year partnership with the Japanese manufacturer and a new deal with Renault starting next season.Alonso, who won his two world championships with the Renault team in 2005 and 2006, has made having a competitive engine a condition of his staying at McLaren. The Spaniard is expected to extend his three-year stay at the team, but he was giving little away Thursday.The 36-year-old skipped Formula One's blue-riband Monaco Grand Prix, a race he has won before, to compete in the Indy 500 last year, with the race ending in frustration and a blown Honda engine with 21 laps remaining of the 200 .
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