Formula One team McLaren will split with its engine supplier Honda at the end of the 2017 season.
McLaren renewed its partnership with Honda at the start of the 2015, but the Japanese manufacturer's hybrid engine proved unreliable from the off. Drivers Jenson Button (pictured) and Fernando Alonso suffered a combined total of 13 retirements during that season when they finished second to last in the F1 constructors' title.
McLaren and Honda were hoping to rekindle former successes on the track. From 1988 to 1991, the pairing yielded four consecutive F1 constructors' titles. In this picture, France's Alain Prost celebrates taking the checkered flag at the 1988 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide.
Prost partnered Ayrton Senna (pictured) for two of those championship-winning years.
Ayrton Senna in action for McLaren at the 1991 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide. The Brazilian won his third and final drivers' title with McLaren the same year.
McLaren's last success to date as a team came in 1998, as Miki Hakkinen -- who clinched his first drivers' title -- and David Coulthard propelled the British team to an eighth F1 constructors' title.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso has frequently criticized the lack of power at his disposal during races. Famously, the two-time world champion called Honda's power train a "GP2 engine" over team radio at the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix.