In the round-up: Nico Rosberg will take his final new engine of the season without penalty ahead of this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.
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Rosberg to take new engine in Singapore (Motorsport)
"The uncertainty means that Rosberg will therefore take his fourth power unit of the season for the Marina Bay race, which will be to the updated specification that was introduced at Monza."
New F1 crash camera ready for debut (Autosport)
"The device, which measures around two centimetres by eight centimetres and is not much bigger than a USB stick, will record 400 frames per second compared to the previous standard of 25fps."
Boullier urges F1 ‘dictatorship’ (Crash)
"The story is that the owner of the show must dictate what they want, nothing else. That is what it is for the show. You like it, you join, you enjoy. If you don't like it, you go, nothing else."
Button optimistic on new deal (Sky)
"If I'm in Formula 1, I'm going to be with McLaren. I've had some difficult times; obviously here and the end of last year was very tough, but I've got a lot of time for this team."
Button hopes for rain to clear Singapore haze (Reuters)
"I think it'll really add something to it if you have the spray as well. I think it could be a great spectacle. It's going to happen one day here."
Red Bull open door to Ferrari as split with Renault looms (The Guardian)
"As the Italians have already signed a contract to supply power units for Haas, who will join F1 next year, that could mean Ferrari supplying seven of the 11 teams in 2016."
Allan McNish: How messy could Red Bull’s divorce be? (BBC)
"The criticisms made by Red Bull were almost certainly aimed at the board of Renault, rather than the engineering staff at the races. Red Bull feel Renault had not committed enough resources to F1 to be able to compete with Mercedes and Ferrari."
On this day in F1
Happy birthday to 1996 world champion Damon Hill who is 55 today!
Also on this day 15 years ago future F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya won the CART IndyCar Gateway 300. It was his last win in American open-wheel racing until he returned to IndyCar last year.