In the round-up: Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne expects the team to begin winning soon – starting this weekend.
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Pressure mounts on Ferrari F1 team as Marchionne predicts victory in Spain (James Allen on F1)
"Sunday will be an important day. So far, much of it was down to bad luck, but the season has just begun. I expect us to win shortly, starting with Spain."
Alfa Romeo F1 return requires improved road car sales, says Sergio Marchionne (ESPN)
"It will require serious funds. To invest in racing you need to sell a lot of cars and today we are just at the beginning."
No Ferrari switch for Costa, but Key could be a target (Motorsport)
"In Arrivabene's notebook there is a name that has been singled out as of potential interest: Toro Rosso technical director James Key."
Are Mercedes being overlooked by FOM? Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes will quiz F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone over TV blackout (The Sun)
"We thought we didn’t have the exposure of the race cars that we thought we should have, but I guess it is a difficult discussion."
Wehrlein missing 'wheel-to-wheel' DTM battles (F1i)
"The fights are really cool, proper wheel-to-wheel action with contacts. You can’t do that in F1."
Drivers no longer radio 'muppets' - Rosberg (Autosport)
"To everybody at home who said that we looked like 'muppets' directed by our engineers on radio, that's stopped now so it's a good direction."
Can Ferrari finally catch Mercedes at the Spanish GP? (Sky)
"Whenever track grip is low, the Mercedes tends to be less affected than the Ferrari. Either through its aerodynamics or suspension kinematics, it can still get its front tyres loaded up quickly enough into the corner to give its drivers good response."
Aero upgrades: the F1 development story (McLaren)
"In 2016, we’re still using ‘Floor Three’, but it’s already had a few new front bits and some new back bits – it’s been a few incarnations."
Five Reasons Red Bull's Max Verstappen Can Win A Race This Year (Unibet)
My Spanish Grand Prix preview for Unibet.
What to expect in Spain: Have Ferrari closed the gap? Can Lewis Hamilton disrupt Nico Rosberg? (Eurosport)
My Spanish Grand Prix preview for Eurosport.
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