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Russia considers Formula 1 circuit for St Petersburg (Global Construction Review)
"The track would be 4.8km long, with nine right-hand and eight left-hand turns. The difference between the lowest and highest points is 20m and the track will be between 12m and 15m wide."
How the Managing Director of Renault's F1 Team Wants to Radically Change the Sport (Road and Track)
"We need to go radical, because right now in my opinion, we're a little too middle of the road, we're a product that is a bit complacent, a bit average. And we cannot afford to be average. We need to be extreme in one of those two ways."
Toro Rosso's Kvyat calls for rules clarity after US GP Perez clash (Autosport)
"They changed the rule - you cannot change (line) under braking and in my view he did that."
Ecclestone stands up for McLaren boss Dennis (Reuters)
"I think he does a good job. Anyone that chucks him out is stupid. He’s dedicated. I think we ought to try and support him so they don’t get rid of him."
McLaren: Zak Brown is surprise name in frame to replace Ron Dennis (BBC)
"Brown, a 44-year-old American, is also considered a potential chief commercial officer for F1's new owners."
Brembo aiding Haas in brake failure investigation (F1 Technical)
"After a first analysis of our technicians present at Austin, it would seem that in correspondence with the front left wheel a problem in the dragging area of the disc has been identified."
Tost on Kvyat’s renaissance, the ‘17 driver market & more (F1)
"That’s it. Daniil deserves the drive next year, as he showed great performance in Singapore and was pretty competitive in Malaysia and Japan - with a car that has an engine on which development has stopped and which is short of 60 to 70 horsepower!"
Kvyat's results not deserving of 2017 deal - Villeneuve (Motorsport)
"He (Kvyat) hasn't made any improvements since he's been down at Toro Rosso. He's been getting it from Sainz."
Lewis Hamilton looking to surge ahead of opposition with special sleep treatments designed with help from NASA (The Sun)
"Hamilton is also told when to take a pill containing a synthetic hormone - melatonin - which controls sleep and wake cycles."
McLaren and BP (Joe Blogs F1)
"The giant oil company BP is to return to Formula 1 in 2017, and I now hear that the deal is definitely going to be with McLaren."
US GP Debrief: Battling the Red Bulls in Austin (Mercedes via YouTube) VIDEO
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