In the round-up: Fernando Alonso has undergone medical tests in the UK as he hopes to return to racing in the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend.
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"The tests were conducted by an independent board of three eminent physicians at (the University of Cambridge), set up by Formula 1's governing body the FIA as an extra medical panel when required."
"Those conversations are focusing around changing the engine formula as it currently is in order to make it louder - which is what fans want - and changing technical regulations to make the cars more radical, more forward looking and more innovative."
"If we agree that changing how the car looks with all the consequences on how it drives - because it shouldn't be sportscars - then let's discuss whether the cars should be wider, have bigger tyres... we owe it to F1 but I don't think it is a primary problem."
"These engines still have a lot of potential to unlock, so it may take more than a couple of years to catch up."
"Your passion for racing fuels our passion for innovation. We’re building something worthy of your energy."
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@TribalTalker supplied the winning entry for last weekend’s caption competition:
Webber: I think my headphones have developed a fault. I can hear lots of whining…
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Happy birthday to former F1 driver Jaime Alguersuari who is 25 today.