In the round-up: Lewis Hamilton suggests the restrictions on radio communications could potentially be dangerous.
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Hamilton says F1 radio ban adds to the danger (Reuters)
"The Briton summed up the situation in one word - 'dangerous' - and suggested the rules needed to be reconsidered."
Toto Wolff Q&A: Engine mode problems stemmed from ‘messy’ Friday (F1)
"For Lewis it must have felt much more, as in turn two and three - where you expect the biggest boost - there simply was none, so subconsciously it must have felt like a lot more."
Lewis Hamilton: Nico Rosberg looks good for F1 drivers' title (BBC)
"It's looking like a good year for Nico. But I never give up."
Raikkonen slams 'stupid' pitlane entry penalty (Motorsport)
"I understand the rule of crossing the line, but it's stupid, you gain zero from that,. Unfortunately I got the penalty."
Low downforce caused Red Bull tyre woe (Autosport)
"We didn't expect it because we're usually really good with our tyres, especially when it's hot - Singapore is always one of our strongest circuits."
As F1 roars into Baku, activists tell drivers: help our fight for human rights (The Guardian)
"Azerbaijan has courted big international sports events to improve its image abroad; the grand prix is no different. But while all this wealth is on show, the situation for ordinary people is getting worse."
Real Baku: Six kilometres of stories (Meydan)
"Explore the stories behind the glamour of the Formula 1 Grand Prix."
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On this day in F1
Jacky Ickx won the Dutch Grand Prix for Ferrari on this day 45 years ago. Pedro Rodriguez was second for BRM and Ickx’s team mate Clay Regazzoni came third.