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Lewis quizzed on mechanics' moves (Sporting Life)
"It is just all-round psychologically. If something changes when it doesn't really need to be changed, it can have all sorts of effects."
Lewis Hamilton admits he must improve (BBC)
"This year I have had a lot more problems than in any of the other battles I have had in the championship."
Fernando Alonso hails Jenson Button as his best team-mate in F1 (Sky)
"He is very fast. He is very competitive inside the car, always and in all conditions, but outside the car as well he is a very nice guy, a true gentleman, and also very committed to the sport."
Kevin Magnussen Q&A: I’ve done all I can to retain Renault seat (F1)
"Red Bull is also lucky to have an engine manufacturer behind them who is clearly going to deliver in the future. There are things in the pipeline that will really perform well."
Stroll closes on 2017 Williams race deal (Autosport)
"Stroll is on a similar programme to the one that Valtteri Bottas completed to prepare him for his F1 debut."
The Jolyon Palmer Column (Channel 4)
"Singapore was much tougher than we thought. It reminded us that our car is very difficult over the bumps and street circuits this year generally haven't been very kind to us."
Verstappen wants to move on from start issues (Crash)
"(We did) a lot of work after Singapore. One bad start, okay, two starts, it is getting to the limit, but three in a row is not great."
Romain Grosjean column: Haas can build momentum for 2017 (F1i)
"Looking at the wider picture of this year, I think the title battle will go all the way to the final race, which will be great for Formula One. It’s going to be tight, I can’t tell who will win between Lewis and Nico."
Call in the marriage counsellors: F1's 'chaotic' 2017 calendar (ESPN)
"Expect record rates of employee attrition over the course of the year, and yet more divorces than we've seen in years past."
Gutierrez shrugs off blue flag etiquette criticism (Motorsport)
"In the same way that Toto (Wolff) is trying to lose the least possible under a blue flag for his drivers, and trying to put pressure on the FIA to be more strict on that, me as a driver getting the blue flag, I'm trying to lose the least time possible as well, within the rules, without affecting anyone."
F1 cars set to be three seconds faster thanks to Malaysian GP track changes (James Allen on F1)
"F1 teams say that their simulations showed an improvement of around three seconds a lap due to the changes and the GP2 experience would seem to bear that out, perhaps even under rate that."
Kingfisher has now turned out to be a 'nightmare': Vijay Mallya (The Times of India)
"'The business (of Kingfisher Airlines) failed due to high fuel prices, due to adverse government policies by taxation and of course the failure of aviation engines,' he said in a video message to shareholders here at the 100th Annual General Meeting of United Breweries Holding Limited (UBHL)."
Malaysian Grand Prix: Why An Early Bet On The 2017 Formula One Champion Could Pay Off (Unibet)
"My Malaysian Grand Prix preview for Unibet."
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