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SMS Donasi untuk Rio Haryanto: Rp5.000 per Sekali Kirim (CNN Indonesia)
Indonesia's Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Communications and Information departments is urging Indonesians to pledge £3.31m to keep him in F1.
Marussia and Manor in trademark dispute (Autosport)
"We made an offer to acquire the team, including the chassis, which they readily accepted, perhaps assuming we would not be able to get the team up and running again. Now that we have, they have launched these speculative claims."
Horner 'shocked' by Red Bull pace, teases upgrade 'mischief' (Crash)
"The guys both in Viry and in Milton Keynes are doing a great job and you can genuinely see the progress that's being made. Hopefully (from Canada) we can really start to cause a bit of mischief ahead of us."
Mercedes and Ferrari counter Christian Horner's engine claims (Sky)
"We have found a way in which the four engine manufacturers can continue to supply the sport on a way that may not be the most economically advantageous, but it does provide continuity for the other teams and I think that's important."
Power mode mistake to blame for poor Verstappen start (Motorsport)
"At the start I had a good first reaction, but then I was in the wrong power mode, basically like an out lap. So there wasn’t much power there."
Notebook from Shanghai (Joe Saward)
"If all goes to plan Monza in September will see the first use of TV drones at a Formula 1 event. This is a great idea to create better coverage but there has been some discussion with the FIA over where such machines will be allowed to fly because the federation does not want drones crashing down on to the racing circuit."
Allen McNish calls on Formula 1 to remember its roots to attract new fans (James Allen on F1)
"I think what appeals to them is the fact that the cars are mega to drive (with) huge horsepower and huge grip. The potential of them is massive, the racing is hard and fast and flat out."
F1 driver power rankings: Daniel Ricciardo beats Nico Rosberg to top spot (Eurosport)
"My post-race driver rankings article for Eurosport."
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On this day in F1
Phil Hill, the 1961 world champion, was born on this day in 1927. He died in 2008.
Former F1 drivers Hans Stuck and Derek Bell shared victory for Porsche in the opening round of the 1986 Sports-Prototype World Championship held on this day 30 years ago.