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Vettel: F1 set a bad example with Rosberg's pole lap (ESPN)
"Next week there will be a go karting race somewhere and there will be a double waved yellow somewhere because somebody went off and marshals will go out and help. The way the kids think is that 'I don't need to lift much because in F1 it is okay, that is the pinnacle and that is okay so that is how we can behave'."
F1 teams to discuss rulebook revamp (Motorsport)
"Formula 1 teams are to discuss the idea of simplifying the sport's rules book, amid concerns that over-regulation is a turn-off for fans."
Raikkonen lashes out after Verstappen, qualifying incident (Crash)
"Yesterday's qualifying was a good example with the 107 per cent rule, but they applied it to the guys who didn't go through from Q1 but they didn't for the rest. How can you suddenly have the same rule and apply it in different ways during the same session? Can someone explain me how that works?"
Haas will investigate Gutierrez/Hamilton incident (F1i)
"Esteban got penalised by five seconds and we still need to check the data and the timing but I think the five seconds were given because the gesture (by Hamilton) was done, not because he was holding him up."
Manor working to secure Haryanto's future (Reuters)
"When asked if Manor had a Plan B should Haryanto fail to secure the required funding Ryan said: 'Yes, we’ve got a Plan B, we’ve got a Plan C, we’ve got a Plan D.'"
Raikkonen drove like a champion - Ferrari (Autosport)
"I'm very happy because Kimi showed that he was not the last world champion with Ferrari for nothing."
Toto Wolff Q&A: Title race will go down to the wire (F1)
"In terms of the engine penalty, we want to wait as long as possible, until the moment when we can judge with how many engine and engine components we can go until the end, and then choose a track where the penalty is not as harsh for him."
Lewis Hamilton still battling back from 'rock bottom' (BBC)
"I really would love to come out of the next race with another result like this so when I do go to Spa or Monza, whichever one it is where I take the penalty and I start from pit lane or last place, that is the minimum damage, it doesn't mean I am 25 points behind."
Red Bull have overdelivered in first half of 2016, says Christian Horner (Sky)
"Horner accepts that, for Red Bull, 'the next big opportunity for us will be Singapore' in September."
Lewis Hamilton has showed his brilliance to overturn 43-point deficit to take lead in the world championship (Daily Mail)
"If there is one thing Hamilton does not get enough credit for it is this, for he is a master tactician. His Hungary win was, in his own words, 'perfectly managed'."
Snetterton to honour Justin Wilson with corner name (Snetterton)
"Appropriately, the Wilson hairpin leads into Palmer corner on the 300 circuit which will be used this weekend - aptly, Sunday's three BTCC races will take place on what would have been Justin's 38th birthday."
Carlos Sainz deserves a major drive sooner rather than later (Dave on F1)
"I think Carlos deserves as much love as Max, and with that a seat at a major team who can give him a platform to compete for wins and titles."
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