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Daniel Ricciardo backs Nico Rosberg to win Formula One world championship (Sky)
"Ricciardo, who shared the podium with the Mercedes pair in Singapore, also joked that the silences between the title rivals can be somewhat awkward after the race."
Interview: Fernley on 'lean, mean' Force India (GP Update)
"If you look at our budget, and you look at the budgets of the three teams in front of us, we're a minimum of 200 million a year difference."
Stroll begins F1 runs with Williams (Motorsport)
"Stroll has also now moved into some work experiencing an older spec F1 car, a Williams FW36 in between his F3 racing."
Steiner plays down Grosjean criticism (F1i)
"I think that was just referring to the set-up, that does not refer to the car in general because the car two weeks ago was pretty good. A car doesn't fall apart in two weeks."
Sepang has fixed track issues - FIA (Autosport)
"Extra drainage slots have been cut so I don't think we're going to be in trouble."
Eric Boullier: Stoffel Vandoorne will grow up beating the best in Formula One (ESPN)
"I think in Bahrain when he stepped in he showed everybody he was ready to race in Formula One."
Ocon: No rivalry with Wehrlein (Crash)
"He's (Wehrlein) a great driver, he has been really quick all season. I got a lot to learn from him."
More than a race (F1)
"Our policy is that we don’t want to associate ourselves with active drivers or players."
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On this day in F1
The only four-wheel-drive F1 victory occured on this day 55 years ago, albeit it in a non-championship race. Stirling Moss won the non-championship Oulton Park Gold Cup driving a Ferguson P99: