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Could Magnussen replace Maldonado at Renault? (The Telegraph)
"Magnussen was in the team's Enstone factory - which is transitioning from Lotus to becoming a Renault works outfit - two days last week for talks with senior executives, sources said."
Kein neues Motoren-Format für 2018 (Auto Motor und Sport - German)
F1 engine manufacturers will offer to cut the price of their engines to €12m (£9m)
Big drop in out-of-state fans more bad news for F1 (Austin-American Statesman)
"According to race attendance certification forms, obtained under Texas open records laws, just over 50,000 non-Texans attended the main Sunday race on Oct. 25. By comparison, the 2014 form shows the number was 75,500; in 2013, it was 77,000."
Formula nostalgia: anche Zandvoort studia il ritorno della Formula 1 (F1 Web - Italian)
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg 'the perfect couple' says Mercedes boss (Auto Express)
"We want to win. Preferably in the last race by two points. But this is not our task to reduce the gap, but the task of our competitors."
It’s good McLaren were the pits last year says team head Eric Boullier (The Sun)
"In some way the bad will be good for McLaren because it brought humility, and strangely maybe, the atmosphere in the company was quite good."
Grosjean backed Gutierrez recruitment (Autosport)
"Romain knows his technique as a driver, and knows more about him as a guy, whether he is stable or unstable, and he was very positive about him."
Honda Q&A: Realistic targets for 2016 (F1i)
"We want to solve the ERS issues and also the reliability issues before Melbourne. That’s technically. And as a team, very honestly, we want to enter in to Q3."
F1 could boost revenues in post-Ecclestone era - Dennis (Motorsport)
"Do I believe the number will go up? My prediction is it will probably go down for a while, and go back up again."
Wehrlein still waiting on 2016 Manor decision (Crash)
"It is not in my hands, so I have to take it any way as it comes."