In the round-up: MotorSport Vision – the company owned by Jolyon Palmer’s father Jonathan which operates Brands Hatch, Oulton Park and other circuits – is making a bid to take over Silverstone.
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Palmer's MSV makes bid for Silverstone (Autosport)
"The bit that has to be sorted out, that is currently of major concern, is how we get ongoing commercial viability from (the British Grand Prix), whilst maintaining and continuing to improve standards further."
Apple in talks on McLaren supercars takeover (FT - registration required)
"The California technology group, which has been working on a self-driving electric vehicle for more than two years, is considering a full takeover of McLaren or a strategic investment, according to three people briefed on the negotiations who said talks started several months ago. "
Honda eyes Malaysia upgrade to avoid Japanese Grand Prix penalty (ESPN)
"I don't think the fans will let me take a penalty in Japan. I will not be allowed to walk into the circuit!"
‘In control’ Rosberg impresses Prost (F1i)
"You could feel him very much in control all weekend, whereas Lewis Hamilton was not. He did not really perform and looked a bit shaky."
Formula 1 begins Ultra High Definition trials (Motorsport)
"Formula 1 trialled its first broadcasting of a race in Ultra High Definition (UHD) at the Singapore Grand Prix, ahead of plans for the entire season to be shown like that in 2017."
Felipe Massa - My Favourite Race (Crash)
"The (2006 Brazilian Grand Prix) was perfect. I started from pole, opening the gap every lap, pulling away."
View from the Pit Lane: Singapore (Channel 4)
"There wasn't a conclusive answer from the Hamilton side of the garage to his comparative lack of pace."
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On this day in F1
On this day 30 years ago Renault announced their withdrawal from F1 as an engine supplier. They had pulled their works team out of the sport 12 months earlier. However they returned as an engine manufacturer after just two years away.