In the round-up: Ferrari has an upgraded MGU-K for this weekend’s race.
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Ferrari uses another engine token for Austrian GP (Motorsport)
"It is understood that Ferrari has changed its MGU-K design to help improve its energy recovery, which could be very valuable around the Austrian track."
Wolff backs F1 performance-related team payments (Reuters)
"Asked whether he now wanted to get rid of such payments, the Briton told reporters: 'Yes. No bonus. Everyone’s in the same boat.' However, the 85-year-old added that 'Ferrari has been with us since F1 started, so they should get something for that'."
Button: Tyre pressure hike 'unbelievable' (Autosport)
"Button called the rise 'unbelievably high considering we didn't have any issues here last year. It's very high.'"
Lewis Hamilton says likely penalties make catching Nico Rosberg difficult (The Guardian)
"I will try to find a circuit where I feel like I can get furthest up and maybe a track where I can catch up and even challenge for a win."
More fun up front - exclusive Nico Hulkenberg Q&A (F1)
"Baku especially suited our car and its characteristics - and on top came the supersoft and especially the ultrasoft tyres - and this combination made us very competitive on these kinds of tracks."
Nico Rosberg not keen on Ferrari: 'Mercedes are just as legendary' (Sky)
"'Mercedes are just as legendary,' he told reporters ahead the Austrian GP."
Nico Rosberg: No need for another radio rule change (ESPN)
"That was the goal of these rules and also the fans were complaining that we were just puppets on the track, just doing what the engineers were telling us, that was the complaint from the fans and that's why they changed the rules and they are the way they are now."
Vettel: Marchionne knows how hard Ferrari pushes (Crash)
"Our president is very aware of what's going on, he's very much interested at what's going on inside the factory, what's good and what's bad, where the weaknesses and strengths are and I'd probably agree with him statements. "
'I'm also the real deal!' (F1i)
Daniel Ricciardo: "Danny (Kvyat) made a pretty slow start to the year for his standards and things weren’t quite gelling and I heard there was a high chance that there would be a change in Barcelona."
What to expect in Austria: Wings for Williams not Red Bull, Ferrari focusing on elusive win (Eurosport)
My Austrian Grand Prix preview for Eurosport.
Six Reasons Why Williams Are The Team To Back In The Austrian Grand Prix (Unibet)
"My Austrian Grand Prix preview for Unibet."
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