In the round-up: The Italian Grand Prix organisers indicate they are about to conclude a deal to keep the race at Monza.
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Monza to keep Formula One race - government officials (Reuters)
"The Grand Prix will stay in Monza. With a few days to go until the signing of the contract, I'm very satisfied."
Pirelli demands logic from drivers (Autosport)
"Last year when we did all the analysis post-Spa, the simulation data underestimated the loads we were seeing, notably through the compression in Eau Rouge."
Claire Williams discusses 2017, gender equality in F1 and running her father's team (ESPN)
"We made a very conscious decision back in 2013 that we wanted to move away from the pay driver position."
Horner trusts Stewards inaction over 'on the edge' Verstappen (Crash)
"If there was a major issue with it, the stewards would have pulled him up. We've seen that before, he was on the limit, he's young, all the seriously ambitious and gifted drivers have that streak within them."
Max Verstappen gets under the skin of top drivers (BBC)
"This sort of thing happens in the junior formulae, but it is frowned upon in F1. If you have to brake in the middle of the straight, because of a blocking tactic, that is generally considered beyond the pale. It needs to be reviewed."
F1 teams could block Pirelli's planned construction change (Motorsport)
"It's understood that two teams have already expressed their reservations about the new design to the FIA."
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