It's disappointing, obviously, that we come all the way here and can't even start the race.
McLaren endured another weekend to forget at the Bahrain Grand Prix as Alonso retired in the closing stages with a power unit issue, while Stoffel Vandoorne failed to even make the start having been plagued by engine problems in his MCL32 throughout the weekend.
He complained to his team during the race he had "never raced with less power in my life" and later described Honda's performance deficit as "impressive".
McLaren boss Zak Brown has admitted there will be no quick fixes for the team after the former F1 superpowers slumped to a new nadir on a torrid race day in Bahrain.
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Alonso was all smiles earlier this week after he announced he would be missing next month's Monaco Grand Prix to compete at the Indianapolis 500.
"All race long the [lack of] speed we had on the straights was impressive", said Alonso, who said at one point in the cockpit that he'd "never raced with less power in my life".
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Later, Alonso revealed: "The deficit in power and performance we had on the straights was fantastic".
Button has scored points on each of his last four Monaco appearances, with the low-speed, twisty track again likely to offer McLaren's best early-season chance of a stronger result amid their latest hard start to the season with Honda.
Vandoorne's social media post was accompanied by a comment in which he wrote: "Going for a run - you guys up to anything this Sunday?" We need to get on top of this problem, our partner needs to get on top of this problem and we need to do it quickly.
Honda found an issue with the engine ahead of the start of the race and could not remedy it in time for the start.
"We knew from the beginning of the season that the situation we were in was going to be hard".
When asked if his patience was running thin, the Belgian admitted: "It's definitely not an ideal situation".
"We talked about it [the reaction] before the announcement and we knew all the drivers would say they would never skip a Grand Prix for Indy", Alonso said.