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Vandoorne will lead McLaren's future - Alonso (Autosport)
"(Next year) I will try to do my own job but Jenson and myself will be helping Stoffel as much as we can because for the future he will be the man."
Stoffel Vandoorne: The rookie who upstaged F1 champions (CNN)
"It's difficult to put your mark down but now (I'm) a bit more popular in Belgium - it definitely helps get the popularity of F1 rising."
Gasly denied saying he’d replace Kvyat Gasly: I've straightened things out with Marko (Motorsport)
"Someone claimed that I had said I was going to replace Daniil in Singapore. Yet, I never said that, it never happened."
Christian Horner: The Formula One driving force aiming to steer Red Bull back to the top (Evening Standard)
"Horner says the deal 'feels like a positive move and the ongoing involvement of Bernie Ecclestone as CEO is key to that'."
Chase Carey will breathe new life into F1 after Bernie Ecclestone neglect (The Guardan)
"There is another area where Liberty Media are likely to succeed where Ecclestone has failed, and that is the United States itself."
Chase Carey takes the driver’s seat at Formula One (FT - registration required)
"'He has always believed in the power of live sport and the ability to monetise it,' says Michael Nathanson, an analyst with MoffettNathanson. At DirecTV “he made sports the core selling point” of the service."
Where does Daniil Kvyat go from here? (ESPN)
"There was quite a high chance of this kind of scenario. For one year and a half I was living without knowing what was going to happen in the next day, so it's fair enough."
How Could F1's New Owners Accelerate the Sport's Revenue? (James Parrish)
"Formula One Management also have an archive of 60+ years of compelling stories. Formula 1 should use curate this content and put it on the F1TV subscription platform."
'F1 is like a barber that offers just one hairstyle': three F1 priorities for Liberty (James Allen on F1)
"The presentation of F1 is its greatest adversary, especially when you try to expand to different markets."
From the cockpit: Felipe Nasr on frustrations in Spa and Monza (F1i)
"In my first (and only) lap of the Belgian Grand Prix, I managed to get to 11th place before a puncture caused from the debris on track after the chaotic start not only forced me to stop, but also destroyed the extractor from my car. The flapping rubber from the tyre managed at the same time to wreck the undertray of the car and right there we lost 20 points of downforce."
There is only one... Nico Hulkenberg (F1)
"If you could pick just one memory from your racing career to keep... NH: My Le Mans win last year."
Williams welcomes Antonio Spagnolo to engineering operations (Williams)
"Antonio Spagnolo, former Head of Tyre Performance Group with Ferrari, has joined the Williams Operations Group this week as Competitor Analysis and Performance Concept Team Leader."
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