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Williams talking to 'lots of drivers' and not ruling out Jenson Button (Sky)
"Button back at Williams' is a great headline. He started his career here, he's a world champion and extremely intelligent when it comes to building a team around him and helping the engineering side develop the car."
Arrivabene coy on Raikkonen’s Ferrari future (Crash)
"Kimi is back on and is fully concentrated on doing his job. Today he demonstrated that he is a good team-mate of Sebastian but if you look at Kimi in a certain sector he was the faster one at one stage."
Christian Horner: 'You get yourself into a very narrow band' (Adam Cooper's F1 Blog)
"Daniel was in a bit of trouble in the last 10 laps, the pedal went very long, I think because he had been following so closely for quite a few laps."
Raikkonen: Ferrari still has a lot to do (Autosport)
"We have quite a bit of work to be done to be able to challenge Mercedes every race, in every condition and when it doesn't matter where we go."
Tech insight - Ferrari’s Azerbaijan aero (F1)
"To balance the new front wing, Ferrari also used a low-downforce rear wing on the SF16-H."
Kvyat urges Toro Rosso not to get frustrated (F1i)
"On a street circuit it wasn’t a pleasure to drive with this problem because the car felt a bit out of control."
Verstappen felt he was 'flying' after switching to medium tyres (Motorsport)
"Especially the last 15 laps it felt really good, and to turn the fastest lap time as well on the medium tyres is not too bad, and also I was catching up on the guys in front of me."
Azerbaijan race has long-term future, says promoter (Reuters)
"Mercedes' race winner Nico Rosberg, who had raised some safety concerns, said organisers had done a good job - even if more toilets were needed. 'I have been standing in the queue this weekend so long, so that would be good,'"
Briatore: Ferrari must have a base in England (Gazzetta dello Sport)
"If you produce champagne it’s better to be in France. If you make prosciutto it’s better to be based in Parma. However, if you are in Formula 1 you have to be in England."
What’s the value of being an early sponsor of emerging sports? (Marketing Week)
"(Brands) might want to spend large sums on Formula One, putting a logo on a car and watching it whizz round, but I would question as a marketer why in this day and age you would do that. Today, people want dialogue and conversation – they want to be involved and engaged with the racing team and what it’s doing."
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