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'Schumacher would cheat to win' – Lauda (BBC)
"He tried to cheat where he could and not get caught and it's not negative for me because racing drivers have to do that otherwise you can't win."
Button backs F1’s 2017 changes Button: Awesome 2017 cars will scare drivers (Autosport)
"Formula 1 is doing the right thing with the tyres, with the aerodynamics."
Jenson Button: Why my F1 future is in my hands (Crash)
"I could have a drive next year, but it is whether I want to or not. I don't know."
Liberty Media Leads £6.4bn Race For Control Of F1 Motor Racing (Sky)
"F1 would effectively gain a backdoor stock market listing because it would then be absorbed into Liberty Media Group, one of three so-called tracking stocks into which its parent was restructured earlier this year."
Ecclestone hinkuu Hockenheimin GP-isännäksi (Turun Sanomat - Finnish)
Bernie Ecclestone could take over as the promoter of the struggling German Grand Prix.
Back down to business (F1)
Lewis Hamilton: "I remember my dad coming into my room when we signed for McLaren asking, ‘What kind of percentage do you want to do with me?’ I looked at him and said, ‘I don’t know what you are talking about - I just want to race’."
Nico Rosberg says Lewis Hamilton penalty guarantees nothing at Spa (Sky)
"Of course, I'm aware of Lewis's misfortune of having to get the grid penalty, and that's going to make the weekend less difficult for me because he is my biggest rival."
Grosjean isn’t happy with his recent results Romain Grosjean column: More motivated than ever (F1i)
"I feel we could have done better in the last couple of races before shutdown, we didn’t always get everything correct."
Sainz and Ricciardo added to Halo test roster for Spa (Motorsport)
"Toro Rosso driver Sainz and Red Bull driver Ricciardo will join Mercedes' Nico Rosberg and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg in running the Halo for an installation lap."
Go Gurney (McLaren)
"Word reaches us that Dan Gurney, the 85-year-old motor racing legend, is not in the best of health at the moment."
Mick Schumacher made an appearance at Hockenheim Life Through a Lens: Hungary and Germany (Sutton Images)
"Michael (Schumacher) hid the kids from the limelight and when Mick started driving in karts they had this arrangement with the German media that they wouldn’t publish any pictures of his face."
Q&A with Jean-Éric Vergne (The Paddock Magazine)
"As much as I think that it could be a good idea to introduce Formula 1 races in new countries, I believe that it’s important to maintain the current schedule of races in the existing locations."
Jean Alesi’s 1991 Ferrari F1 car headlines Bonhams’ Willi Balz collection sale (Classic and Performance Car)
"Headlining the eclectic collection is the Ferrari F1-91, driven by French Formula 1 veterans Jean Alesi and Alain Prost in the 1991 Formula 1 season. Leading the collection, the otherwise known 642 is estimated at €300,000-€600,000."
What to expect at the Belgian GP (Eurosport)
"Here's my Belgian Grand Prix for Eurosport on Mercedes, Williams vs Force India and Kimi Raikkonen."
8 Reasons Why Mercedes Can Remain Unbeaten In The Second Half Of 2016 (Unibet)
"And here's my look ahead to the second half of 2016 and why Mercedes are looking even stronger than usual."
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