In the round-up: Formula One’s rules need to be simplified, says Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene.
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Arrivabene on what's really going on inside Ferrari (Motorsport)
"The cars have become more complex, the rules are more difficult to explain. I totally agree that they need to be simplified, both for fans and for ourselves."
Baku organizers not in favour of a switch to night race in 2017 (Fox)
"I don't think we're going to be back-to-back with Canada next year, because it was very challenging to bring all the stuff in by Tuesday, especially taking into account it was the first race."
Honda: New ERS on Mercedes' level (Autosport)
"It is incredible we have achieved that in two to three years, where others have taken seven to eight years."
Brexit makes no difference to F1, says Ecclestone (Reuters)
Ron Dennis: "Remaining in Europe is fundamental to the prosperity of the McLaren business."
Racing for respect - exclusive Q&A with Haas’s Guenther Steiner (F1)
"Esteban was not in an F1 car for one year - and that does not help - but he also was pretty unlucky at the first couple of races."
McLaren may extend 2017 driver line-up delay, says Ron Dennis (Sky)
"We will have a board meeting towards the end of September, which is a logical time to make a decision, but we might not even take one then."
Capito saddened by Sauber plight (F1i)
"I think it’s happened throughout Formula One history again and again. It’s not special for this time. When you have seen how many teams have come and gone, this is part of F1 too."
Ron Dennis and Derek Warwick honour Sid Watkins (Motorsport magazine)
"When he got to Martin, though, he clearly realised the severity of the situation and basically beat the shit out of (Martin Donnelly) to get him going again and help him survive."
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On this day in F1
Fernando Alonso took his sixth win from the first nine races of the 2006 season on this day ten years ago in Canada, opening up a 25-point lead over Michael Schumacher in the championship.