McLaren Honda's Spanish driver Fernando Alonso waves in the paddock at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 10, 2015 in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona during the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix. AFP PHOTO / JOSEP LAGO
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The Spaniard had told reporters before his home race in Barcelona two weeks ago that he was confident McLaren would finish in the points.Instead, he retired with a brake problem – which the team blamed on a trapped visor tear-off – while 2009 champion teammate Jenson Button finished 16th and lapped after wrestling with the "scary" handling of his car.Former champions McLaren have not won a race since 2012 and are enduring their worst start to a season as the new partnership with Honda beds in, but Monaco has rewarded them more than any team over the years.
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