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Jules Bianchi: One year on from the death that rocked F1 (CNN)
"I want the memory of Jules to be right. It's not possible for me and his mother to see people that say it was Jules' responsibility."
Kaltenborn relieved as Sauber nears salvation (Autosport)
"I'm not going to give a timeline as to an announcement, but we have a solution we will follow, and we will announce it when the time is right."
Williams can repeat 2014 surge next year - Pat Symonds Q&A (F1)
"Our major switch happened a while ago. There are still people working on the current car; we still have upgrades that we will bring. We have a new floor that we are bringing to Hungary, a new wing in Monza - so there are still plenty of things coming. But sure, the majority of our people are working on next year's car."
Jenson Button says 2017 talk 'guesswork' until he decides plans (Sky)
"We need to take a good step for next year to be competitive - and if I'm going to be racing in F1 next year that's what I want and what I need"
Double rear wing boosts corner grip – Bottas (Crash)
"That is the weakness we have at the moment – cornering grip. So we are trying to see what it does, if we can make the downforce in the corner a bit better."
Nasr wants Sauber to prove he should stay (F1i)
"I need to see what I want before (I decide). If I want to stay, if I can clearly see that the team have something to believe in."
Hamilton says truth of Barcelona fallout will stay secret for now (Motorsport)
"Right now I’ve signed for three years including this one with Mercedes, after that I see myself staying for another three years probably – three, four years – then I’m going to stop."
Santino Ferrucci rules out quick jump to F1 after Haas test (ESPN)
"Quickly to F1 is out of the picture, I've got a lot of learning to do"
SC to hear banks plea against Vijay Mallya on July 18 (The Times of India)
"The Supreme Court said Thursday that it would hear the contempt petition filed by a consortium of banks against businessman Vijay Mallya on July 18."
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