In the round-up: Daniel Ricciardo wants to reclaim the victory he lost in Monaco at Singapore this weekend.
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Ricciardo: Singapore offers best chance for Monaco payback (F1i)
"I don’t believe in much, but if there is a little bit of karma or whatever, I’d like to think that I will get my Monaco win back somewhere."
Mexican GP on course for 350,000 attendance in 2016 (ESPN)
"So far, we're 93 percent sold out, so there's very few tickets left. I think the response of the public has been absolutely amazing."
Preview and News (Sauber)
"The Sauber F1 Team is pleased to confirm the appointment of Ruth Buscombe as new Strategy Engineer. The 26-year old Briton will start to work for the Sauber F1 Team from the Malaysian Grand Prix onwards. Buscombe has worked for the Scuderia Ferrari F1 Team, as well as recently for the Haas F1 Team."
Pirelli wants Hamilton and Rosberg for tests (Autosport)
"Ferrari gave the best drivers and I think and hope all the rest will give them."
Hulkenberg: Force India never 'spoiled' by manufacturer (Motorsport)
"They haven't been spoiled, because they haven't had a manufacturer which puts in a lot of money so you can develop. Sort of like Sauber: BMW came in, went out."
Williams reports 2016 interim results (Williams)
"The Formula One business generated revenues of £51.3m (2015: £51.4m), with an (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation) of £4.1m (2015: £1.6m)."
Police raid Bernie Ecclestone’s son-in-law's Mayfair office in fraud probe (Evening Standard)
"The raid comes after the sudden death of Mr Stunt’s 37-year-old brother Lee."
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On this day in F1
Practice for the Italian Grand Prix began on this day 15 years ago. The two Ferraris turned out in blank liveries with black noses as a mark of respect for those killed in the 9/11 attacks three days earlier. Other teams also carried tributes to the victims.