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Stewart-Haas working to make Grosjean's NASCAR debut happen (Motorsport)
"There would be nothing more interesting than a current F1 driver having a good run in a NASCAR race. I thing that would be good for everybody. It would drive more interest."
Back to the Future in Barcelona (Haas)
"We’ve got a new front wing that we tested for the first time in Russia, and we’ve got a new rear wing that we’ll race for the first time in Barcelona."
Absent Mallya hopes for Force India boost in Spain (Reuters)
"The team confirmed that the 60-year-old beer baron, who has missed all four races so far this season and looks unlikely to be able to get to one until the British Grand Prix in July, would be absent from Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya."
Force India upgrade to determine 2017 focus (Autosport)
"If there are improvements that can be made without taking up too much resource for a team of our size then we will have further improvements this year."
Formula 1 racing could be coming to central London next year (ITV)
Bernie Ecclestone: "The answer is that if it can be done, then yes, we'd love to do it. There is a small technical issue, who is going to pay for it, but apart from that I can't see any dramas."
Hamilton: Current deficit wouldn’t make title more satisfying (Crash)
"In 2014 I was 29 points behind but and it didn't mean more to me that I had come back from it then it did the next year when I was ahead, so it's just a different feeling."
Vettel ‘very optimistic’ Ferrari can turn form around (F1i)
"We could have won the first race if things go a little bit different. So overall, it’s not so bad."
Mark Sutton – Life Through a Lens: Russian Grand Prix (Sutton Images)
"When I saw the news last week of Verstappen replacing Daniil Kvyat I suddenly remembered this set of photographs and realised it was very newsworthy."
Petra Ecclestone's home targeted in petrol bombing by attacker 'who disapproves of family's lifestyle' (The Telegraph)
"The 27-year-old socialite (Bernie Ecclestone's daughter) and James Stunt believe the firebombing attempt on their £66million London home was carried out by a member of the public who 'disapproves of their lifestyle'."
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