In the round-up: Red Bull team principal Christian Horner joins those questioning the need for Red Bull to use team orders.
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Lewis Hamilton vs Nico Rosberg rivalry won't end until one of them LEAVES warns Red Bull chief (The Mirror)
"They have a sufficient margin on the rest of the field - why do they need to consider that?"
Jolyon Palmer fears this could be his only chance (The Telegraph)
"It's not nice to see (the rumours he could lose his seat) but I know myself that the story's rubbish and at the end of the day what's said in the media is not going to affect the Renault bosses' decision whether I get the drive or not."
Leclerc: Haas F1 practice debut will be tough (Autosport)
"With Formula 1, the most different part compared to all the other categories is the speed of these corners, and it will be a challenge for me in a session of just an hour and a half to be on the pace on a track like this, because it's a really technical track."
Carlos Sainz on 2017 and his future in Formula 1 (Sky)
"Barcelona, Monaco and Canada I did three very complete races. No mistakes, good pace, good overtaking and that in the end is what I think has given me this good run to be in this position now."
How Newey plans to beat McLaren and Ferrari at their own game (ESPN)
"It's been an evolution of ideas that I've thrown in the box over the years. In some ways it is an evolution of an F1 car, morphing into the PlayStation X1 car and then this."
Technical analysis – Austria (F1i)
"This solution is quite popular with teams like McLaren that lack straightline speed. The curvature of the winglets could help level the pressure, which would in turn minimise the loss of downforce while still reducing drag."
Austrian GP tech debrief: Brakes in the spotlight (Motorsport)
"Force India’s ‘B’-spec upgrade has been a revelation since its introduction in Spain, catapulting the team toward those at the front of the grid. However, there is no time to stand still and Force India revised the front wing in Austria in order to cater for the very different circuit demands."
The Agony of Being a Nico Rosberg Fan (Road and Track)
"Last year, I gave up on Formula One once it became apparent that the FIA was, once again, going to let Lewis Hamilton do whatever he wanted to do on track."
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