In the round-up: Two teams are unhappy with plans to introduce the ‘halo’ next year.
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Red Bull and Force India oppose 'halo' device (Reuters)
"I believe that it's too hasty. We need to do a lot more work to understand that the halo isn't going to create other problems, which I think it will do"
Pierre Gasly: Halo 'weird' but manageable (ESPN)
"It does not change much in terms of visibility but it feels weird to see something above your helmet, also on the straight you see this sort of big triangle above you."
Claire Williams wants to see a female driver earn a place in F1 (Sky)
"It is a sport which is very welcoming and accessible to females and that's across lots of different disciplines. We don't have a driver but we are one of the few sports that allows women to compete against men on a Sunday afternoon and that can't be said for many sports."
Mercedes: Red Bull pace not limited by engine power (Motorsport)
"It’s interesting that Red Bull are constantly peddling a story about the low power they’ve got, but just to set the record straight at this event as they often do, they chose to run a higher level of wing than we did."
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says fuel saving may disappear from F1 races in 2017 (James Allen on F1)
"The fuel consumption might go up because you have more drag, (but) equally, you go faster through the corners so it will be interesting to see on that front how it then translates to what we need to do in the car, whether we still keep saving fuel or if we can be flat out for the whole race."
Sauber questions value of in-season test (Autosport)
"In any business, unless you get subsidies for it, you look at what it costs you and what the benefits are."
John Watson wants Formula One to ban radios following Nico Rosberg penalty (The Guardian)
"They should look at banning it all. Ban the whole bloody lot. Take the radio away from them altogether."
Karun Chandhok's View - British Grand Prix (Channel 4)
"Maybe there needs to be a conversation had among all the drivers and Charlie to see if something can be done to aid communication and the decision-making process because ultimately, by the time they got going, everyone dived in for intermediate tyres which clearly shows that the track isn’t that bad."
Leclerc on mentor Bianchi – 'I miss his help' (Crash)
"Obviously now it's hard without him because he always helped me, and I miss his help."
Ferrucci 'a little bit frightened' by wet test (F1i)
"I really wanted to go out there in the wet, but I was actually a little bit frightened. Coming from the GP3 car, obviously the Sunday race was really good in almost wet conditions, but with an F1 car it is more than double the horsepower."
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