In the round-up: McLaren chief Ron Dennis says Kevin Magnussen lost his place at the team because he didn’t perform at the required level.
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Ron Dennis says McLaren didn't renew Kevin Magnussen’s deal because he didn't meet goals (Sky)
"He was given every opportunity - a season in Formula 1 followed by very clear goals that he had to achieve in 2014, and he didn't achieve those goals."
Predictable results turn fans off, says Horner (Adam Cooper's F1 Blog)
"Two of our world championships went to the last race and we never ever finished one-two in a world championship, and I think that inevitably with that kind of predictability, people get turned off and it needs a re-jig to bring it closer together."
Dennis targets Sauber as second Honda team (Motorsport)
Monisha Kaltenborn: "There was once an idea that we were thinking of maybe having Honda. We were not approached by Honda, put it like this, but it was because of Kamui Kobayashi who came and asked us."
Development freeze hurt Williams form (Autosport)
"We stopped development on this car quite a long time ago having projected we would have a comfortable third position in the championship and second wasn't going to be possible."
Red Bull designed four variants of RB12 amid engine uncertainty (ESPN)
"The uncertainty means Red Bull is already on the back foot for next season, but Horner said the team had been working so that it could accommodate any one of the four engines in the back of the RB12."
Why CVC has a problem in F1 (Joe Blogs F1)
"Most people in F1 believe that the sport can make a great deal more money than it does, if it changes its business model but this would require investment in new revenue streams. CVC does not want to invest and simply wants to get out with as much money as possible."
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Sebastian Vettel bade farewell to Red Bull one year ago today as he became a Ferrari driver: