In the round-up: United States Grand Prix promoter Bobby Epstein says the combination of a rain-blighted race weekend and the competition for spectators from the Mexican Grand Prix will cost the Circuit of the Americas operators “millions”.
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"We don’t want suppliers suffering. We know we’ve got to draw down because we need it through the winter period because we don’t get any payments. We’re being a bit more proactive this year in making sure we’re ahead of the game rather than behind it."
"Unless Renault gave us the go ahead we couldn't move. It would be in breach of contract, and there is a much bigger picture involving Renault and Mercedes than Formula 1, such as the joint factories in Mexico."
"Christian Horner obviously understood the significance of that request. He knew that he had the possibility to terminate the 2016 contract, and over the Hungarian GP weekend, he set the wheels in motion to do just that, possibly more quickly than Wolff had anticipated."