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‘Ugly’ Halo against tradition of F1 - Palmer (Crash)
"I just think it's pretty ugly, it's against the tradition in Formula One - I like the open cockpit. I think it's safe enough as it is otherwise I wouldn't be doing it if I was worried."
Steiner backs calls to delay Halo (F1i)
"With the Halo I take the example of Q1 in Austria, double yellow, how many got penalised because they didn’t lift? Three. Three got penalised, so they obviously admitted they didn’t lift. So we put the Halo on, but the driver himself when they take the decision to be safe is not safe because he wants to go fast."
Marchionne holds Maranello talks amid Ferrari's strugglesd (Motorsport)
"Marchionne is determined to find out whether or not there is a belief from the shop floor that more potential can be extracted from the SF16-H, and if the true state of progress of the car is as he has been led to believe by senior management."
Esteban Gutierrez: Adjustments for the future (The Paddock Magazine)
"I would change the cars a little bit, they need to look better aesthetically, with more mechanical grip for the drivers to enjoy the tyres to the fullest."
Matters of perception (Racer)
Carlos Sainz Jnr: "(Give us) two laps to see how the track is, see where the puddles are, then go for it."
Verstappen had to up his game for Ricciardo (Autosport)
"I have to up my game compared to where I was before in Toro Rosso because he (Ricciardo) is very quick."
Why Ferrari re-signed Raikkonen (MotorSport Magazine)
"Just prior to the Austrian Grand Prix a rescue deal was put together strongly believed to involve Tetra Pak, the Swedish packaging company that was already a major creditor of the team, which has Marcus Ericsson as one of its drivers."
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