In the round-up: Daniil Kvyat says he’s already moved on from the low point of his poor qualifying performance in Germany.
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German GP was 'two steps forward' for Kvyat (F1i)
"I don’t need anyone to be sorry for me or anything but I think everyone has these points in life. For sure, (qualifying) was a low point. But already (in the race) I felt like I took not one but two steps forward."
Ferrari: Car progress stopped since Spanish GP (Motorsport)
"If I look at the situation now and I go back, I think we don't have great improvements in terms of downforce since Barcelona. That is the problem."
Niki Lauda: Nico Rosberg's penalty was fair enough (ESPN)
"Honestly I think it's OK. You can interpret it that way, that he went too wide, so I understand it's a fifty-fifty decision so if that's what they decide there's nothing you can do."
Toro Rosso pitstops not good enough - Sainz (Autosport)
"We had improved it, we were maybe a bit better, a bit faster, but mistakes are still there, so it's not good enough."
Hockenheim could prove to be the race where Lewis Hamilton broke Nico Rosberg's spirit (The Independent)
Toto Wolff: "(Lewis Hamilton) has great talent speed and on a good day, I think he is unbeatable."
2016 German Grand Prix (MotorSport magazine)
"Always a car running more rake than any other, for the last two events the RB12 has been running an outrageous degree of it – beyond even that which was used in the blown exhaust era."
Police rescue mother-in-law of Bernie Ecclestone (FT - registration required)
"'Two men were arrested in a kidnapping in the city of Cotia,' Sao Paulo police said in a brief statement. They indicated they were seeking other suspects. 'The operation is (still) under way.'"
How to be the next Lewis Hamilton: what is the best way into motorsport? (The Telegraph)
"A sim is infinitely cheaper than renting a circuit, which can easily cost £30,000 a day for an F1 team."
Aston Martin’s $3M hypercar Takes F1 Performance to the Road (Wired)
"I keep reading that it’s going to be a usable everyday road car, and it patently isn’t."
F1 driver power rankings: Jenson Button returns from hospital to beat Lewis Hamilton to top spot (Eurosport)
Here's my German Grand Prix driver rankings article for Eurosport.
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