In the round-up: Christian Horner has insisted that Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen will remain at Red Bull Racing beyond 2017.
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Max, Red Bull’s Monaco mistake, and more - Exclusive Christian Horner Q&A (Formula1.com)
"Q: Does that mean you will race with the same driver line-up in 2017?
CH: Yes. But not just 2017!"
Latest flexi-wing controversy a matter for FIA, says Smedley (Motorsport.com)
"If you can find an advantage where you don't contravene the technical regulations, then ‘chapeau’. You have done a better job than anyone else."
Mercedes not 'flirting' with other drivers (Racer)
"We would like to continue in the same way with Nico. It's down to the detail in the contract, it's pretty normal negotiations."
Haas can progress without upgrades - Steiner (F1i)
"We’ve brought our fair share of updates – small ones – and we will bring a few more, but not a lot. I think all the other midfield teams have stopped now bringing updates."
Hamilton dedicates win to Ali (Sky)
"I don't know why, but the last 15-20 laps I was thinking about him and some of his fights. And how I was able to flow with the car for some reason and it was almost like when he was like 'float like a butterfly and sting like a bee'."
Deal reached to upgrade Villeneuve facilities (TSN)
"Ecclestone cast doubt on the future of the race this week when he warned the city would be breaching its contract if improvements are not completed as agreed by 2017. The city pledged $32 million for the improvements as part of a multimilion-dollar deal reached two years ago to keep the race in Montreal until 2024."
Stroll happy to bide his time before stepping up to F1 (NBC)
"For now, I’m in F3 and that’s what I’m focused on. I think Williams wants me to concentrate 100 per cent on F3. F1 will come when it’s the right time."
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On this day in F1
The Hungaroring held its first ever event 30 years ago today ahead of its inaugural grand prix. The Eastern Bloc and Friendship Cup featured saloon and single-seater races, and was attended by 30,000 spectators.