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Kvyat: F1 should have more punishing tracks (Motorsport)
"Abu Dhabi isn't bravery, it's (driving like a) robot. You go there, you brake too late, you locked up, you're upset because you locked up, you lost your lap - but there is no pressure to go off and smash your car."
Capito set to join McLaren for Belgian GP (Autosport)
"Capito now intends to stay put for a further three WRC rounds and then make the move 'quickly after Rally Germany', bringing him to McLaren in late August ahead of the Spa race."
Capito reflects on VW past, anticipates McLaren future (FIA)
"I think Formula One is always attractive for manufacturers."
Honda avoided high fuel consumption repeat in Baku (F1i)
"We thought that we were very much in trouble, especially in the race on the straight, but because we were using lower downforce settings and the drivers were utilising the tow position very much I think they did a very good race."
Notebook from the Land of Fire (Joe Saward)
"There were only 14,000 grandstand seats for the race and not all were occupied."
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Snapshot Scott Dixon, IndyCar, Watkins Glen, 2016
IndyCar returns to Watkins Glen, the former home of the United States Grand Prix, later this month. Drivers have been testing on the resurfaced track.
James Hinchcliffe, IndyCar, Watkins Glen, 2016 Helio Castroneves, IndyCar, Watkins Glen, 2016 Simon Pagenuad, IndyCar, Watkins Glen, 2016 On this day in F1 Ayrton Senna won the United States Grand Prix 30 years ago today in Detroit. Jacques Laffite made his final podium appearance in second place for Ligier and Alain Prost took third for McLaren.