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No change with new tyre rules - Button (Autosport)
"Unless they have a massive issue with one tyre, everyone will use the same tyres. They have limited it."
Philippe Bianchi n'accepte pas les conclusions de la FIA (Sport 365 - French)
Jules Bianchi's father Philippe says the family were shocked by the FIA's investigation into his fatal accident, the report on which was published last year, questioned whether they had a conflict of interest and suggested they could take legal action. The original article, published by Auto Hebdo, does not appear to be available online.
Formula 1: Renault not expecting 'fantastic results' in 2016 (BBC)
"The target for next year, it is not just about scoring points in the championship. If that is your question, we need to be humble in our expectations for next year."
Ecclestone says German GP could make a comeback (Reuters)
"Asked whether next year's U.S. Grand Prix in Austin would go ahead, Ecclestone said: 'Forecasts are difficult.'"
Lewis Hamilton: My relationship with Nico is 'sweet' (CNN)
"He said he, Rosberg and Mercedes had 'had a great year,' adding: 'I think a lot of the media have tried to make a lot of nothing - as they usually do.'"
Dear Santa – A Not-So-Serious List of Serious Wishes (Sauber)
"We, at the Sauber F1 team, stand for a fair distribution of revenues by Formula One Management (FOM), which in turn improves the baseline for many teams."
Life Through a Lens 2015 - Part Two (ESPN)
"The next minute all the marshals started telling other photographers not to take any pictures, despite one of them taking pictures with his mobile phone! I had my photos in the bag; some low down ones as well as this one. It seemed the order to stop taking photos had come from race control, but I don't see why as we are simply documenting what happened in the race."
On this day in F1
Prince Birabongse Bhanudej Bhanubandh, better known as B Bira and still the only driver from Thailand to race in the world championship, died on this day 30 years ago.