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No pattern to changing title fortunes - Hamilton (Motorsport)
"'I have no idea,' said Hamilton when asked when he thought the momentum would go back in his favour. 'We don’t know if it will, or if when it does, when it will be.'"
Szafnauer: Perez penalty harsh in light of Rosberg precedent (F1i)
"We told them that Rosberg didn’t slow down nearly as much as Sergio did and we also told them that Sergio followed the rules."
Notebook from a lounge in Dubai (JoeBlogsF1)
"Between now and the end of the year (Lance Stroll) will do around 8,000 miles of testing at a string of circuits around the world, driving an unbranded 2014 Williams-Mercedes."
We've let Ocon down - Manor (Autosport)
"We didn't have a good race in Monza with him, and then we let him down again in Singapore with our pit stops, which was just disappointing because his last stint, with his pace on the tyres, was really good."
Tech review - Mercedes suspension in Singapore spotlight (F1)
"Due to possible correspondence between rival teams and the FIA, or simply specialist media speculation, Mercedes’ front suspension was in the spotlight again in Singapore - even though it’s a layout first seen at the Chinese round earlier in the season."
Change in the air (Sky)
"Sebastian Vettel was understandably gutted after qualifying. It was the race he had been looking forward to all year and felt Ferrari had a real chance of their first win of 2016 but a rear suspension problem put him at the back of the grid. 'They'll be short answers' he told me as he approached. 'No problem' I replied, and it really wasn't."
No truth in reports Ferrari boss fined for littering in Singapore: NEA (Channel News Asia)
"Authorities in Singapore on Tuesday (Sep 20) refuted claims that Ferrari’s Formula One team principal Maurizio Arrivabene was fined for discarding a cigarette butt during the Singapore Grand Prix last weekend."
Thanks to Adam for the tip.
Meet The Man Ayrton Senna Could Never Beat (Jalopnik)
"The team went testing in Palma, Spain, prior to that year’s World Championships. From the very first day, Senna was quick. 'I was like, hold on a minute. This kid’s a bit special,' Fullerton said."
Lewis Hamilton's playboy lifestyle is hampering the champion's form, warns Sir Jackie Stewart (Daily Mail)
Contrary to its headline, this article does not appear to include any reference by Stewards to Hamilton's 'playboy lifestyle'.
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