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Jenson Button reveals his new angle on reviving fan interest (Daily Mail)
"If you have a camera all the way down the straight, it doesn’t look very fast – even if you are doing 200mph."
Drivers want more deterrents - Ricciardo (F1i)
"We always talk about it in driver briefings. Whether it’s bringing some gravel back or these sort of speed bump kerb things are doing the job in some areas."
Die geheimen Prognosen fur 2017 (Auto Motor und Sport - German)
Lap time predictions supplied anonymously by the teams indicate performance gains of five seconds per lap for next year compared to a lap of the Circuit de Catalunya in 2015, but another putting the increase as high as nine seconds
Verstappen threatens to cut the radio chat (Reuters)
"On the radio it sounds like I'm arrogant, I'm not listening to the team. But that's not my message to the team. Some fans do love it, some don't. I think it's better to just don't say anything so you have no discussions."
Fernando Alonso keen to know if change afoot at McLaren (Sky)
"First, we need to understand exactly what the real situation is and if there is any change I don't know for sure what these changes are."
Haas changes brake material for Mexican GP (Autosport)
"We do something to do the utmost possible to make sure it doesn't happen again and we hope we get it working. We use a different material here."
Nico Rosberg says atmosphere with Lewis Hamilton is 'intense' (BBC)
"We have had our frustrations already this year. We prepare for whatever we face."
Alonso also suffered puncture in Massa clash (Crash)
"Alonso, however, has revealed he also came close to disaster in the contact after breaking a tyre rim that was causing a slow puncture. Despite this, he did get the better of Sainz on the penultimate lap to finish fifth."
Sebastian Vettel: Ferrari has raised the bar again in 2016 (ESPN)
"Our understanding of this year's car and the cars we've recently built has become a lot better, which should help us again in the future hopefully, but I'm fairly confident on that point."
Vettel: Ferrari's approach doesn't need changing (Motorsport)
"I think what we need to do is exactly what we are doing. I don't think we are lacking anything."
ED moves court, seeks to declare Vijay Mallya an absconder (Times of India)
"In more trouble for the beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya, the Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday said it had approached the special PMLA court here seeking to declare him an absconder and attach his properties as he did not comply with a proclamation order issued against him."
The tricks of testing without testing (Somers F1)
"The more the chassis dynamometer is used as a driving and setup tool as opposed to just being used to validate the powerunits life cycle and performance the more that can be got from it, with more complex energy schemes used to improve on-track performance."
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