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'Huge disaster' if Vandoorne misses F1 seat (GP Update)
"If he cannot go into Formula One, there is something wrong. It would be a disaster and unfair."
Sepang will follow Singapore for the first time next year Sepang chief happy to share limelight with night race (The Straits Times)
"We provided feedback to Formula One Management (FOM) that we are not in favour of back-to-back sequencing of our race."
Mercedes post £76.9m loss in 2014 despite winning both Formula One titles (The Telegraph)
"Each team member received a minimum of £10,000 when they won the constructors' championship this time last year."
'Frustrating' regulations are delaying McLaren's fightback - Ron Dennis (ESPN)
"When you are uncompetitive you have to develop your way out of it and at the moment the regulations are extremely constraining in that area."
Jenson Button staying at McLaren is good for F1, says Romain Grosjean (Daily Mail)
"'We have had some nice wheel-to-wheel battles in the past and I hope we get some more, hopefully at the front of the grid, next year. He is a guy that a lot of the fans love. He is really nice guy, a brilliant racer, and it is good for the sport.'"
Supplying Toro Rosso ‘very difficult’ for Honda (F1i)
"We have to put ourselves in the right place first."
Hulkenberg: F1 practice should be cut (Autosport)
"Sometimes if you struggle, you have so much practice to get around it."
Ferrari writes apology to FIA for Singapore behaviour (Motorsport)
"An apology from Maurizio was received and as far as I'm aware that is the end of the matter."
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Graham Hill won the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen for BRM.