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Racer Rio's contract terminated by Manor (The Jakarta Post)
"From the €15 million listed in the contract with the British-based racing team, Rio has fulfilled only €7.5 million, with biggest backer being state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina, which gave €5 million."
Red Bull now fully focused on Mercedes (Autosport)
"'Our objective is to close that gap further to Mercedes ahead,' said Horner, who suggested the deficit to the champion team was now down to 0.3 seconds."
Hier gewinnt Mercedes auf Red Bull (Auto Motor und Sport - German)
Telemetry data showing the performance gap between Mercedes and Red Bull at Silverstone.
Steadying the ship at Sauber (F1)
"Q: Are the new owners banking on the EU verdict for team financing? Monisha Kaltenborn: No, because you cannot bank on these things. But what I can say is that the new situation is not going to change anything in our position regarding that."
From the cockpit: Felipe Nasr’s summer break column (F1i)
"Our new rear wing gave signs that can contribute to the general performance and exposed a good path for us to follow, when combined with the novelties to be used after our vacations."
Massa says 'proper test' needed for Halo decision (Motorsport)
"If you put it in the car and do just an installation lap it doesn't work, it's not the right test."
Peta condemns F1 star Lewis Hamilton over big cat selfies (International Business Times)
"Animal rights activists, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta), have taken a swipe at Formula One star Lewis Hamilton over pictures and videos of him with canoodling with big cats posted on social media."
The Art of the F1 Pit stop (McLaren)
"The pit stop location is quite track-specific, so these rehearsals are about troubleshooting how the mechanics move from the garage to the pit box, and how they can operate quickly and safely in the pit lane."
Cycling: Cambridge whizzkids offer British riders edge (Reuters)
"Tony Purnell, former principal of Formula One motor racing teams Jaguar and Red Bull, is the latest boss of British Cycling's Research and Innovation department -- or to give it its more informal title 'Head of Stuff'."
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