In the round-up: Kevin Magnussen says he believed he would drive for McLaren during 2015.
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Kevin afslører: Sædet var mit - Button havde sagt farvel (Ekstra Bladet - Danish)
Magnussen says he was told the seat alongside Alonso for 2015 was his.
Ferrari could promote itself without F1 (Autosport)
"F1 would change (without Ferrari). It would be something else. Nobody would be interested in Formula 1 without Ferrari, not even Mercedes. We are all there to compete."
Kimi Raikkonen shrugs off 2015 criticism (ESPN)
"We have a lot more speed than what the results show but obviously the results give you the points."
McLaren pair had to drive differently in 2015 (F1i)
"Normally you are a driver that will think about a whole stint length and I am normally quicker at the end of a stint than I am at the beginning, but with the way we are now, we are just trying to hold onto the back of the grid, so you drive differently. You drive flat out every lap until you destroy the tyres."
How Genii sold Lotus to Renault for £1 (Adam Cooper's F1 Blog)
"Having almost been dormant over the past year Grigny is now once again in frontline use by Renault as the immediate owner of the F1 team."
Alexander Rossi Reflects on 2015 (Alexander Rossi)
"As I write this, my team and I are working hard on 2016 and we look forward to sharing some exciting news soon."
Raikkonen can help Vettel win championship - Alesi (Motorsport)
"In F1, it is the same, the group spirit is very important and with Raikkonen, he has nothing to prove. The only thing he can is to help Vettel to be world championship."
On this day in F1
It’s two years to the day since Michael Schumacher suffered serious head injuries in a skiing accident.