In the round-up: Ross Brawn reveals he has been talking to Liberty Media but they are not in a position to hire him yet.
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Ross Brawn denies Formula 1 job speculation (BBC)
"Liberty have not got far enough down the road to make any commitments yet. I'm doing a little consulting to help them better understand F1 but that's all."
Brawn should take an FIA role - Ecclestone (Autosport)
"Liberty Media are shareholders - Chase (Carey) has taken up Peter Brabeck's role as chairman, but they are not in control of the company. They have 10% of the company, and at the moment I am still chief executive of the company."
Sainz: Radio complaints the easiest way to overtake (Motorsport)
"I would've probably done the same, open the radio and ask for a penalty - it's the easiest and most straightforward thing to do to overtake a guy, and we all do it."
Difficult to know when to expect penalties, says Sainz (Crash)
"It is very difficult to know when to expect or not expect a penalty nowadays if you do a move that is a little bit on the limit and you are risking a penalty."
Kvyat: 'I'll be happy when it's over' (F1i)
"It turned out to be a survival season, I didn't like it and I don't want it to happen ever again."
Rachel's Diary: Tension in the pen (Sky)
"To be fair to Sebastian he did not know that my information had come from the FIA directly and as far as I know we were the only ones at that time who knew this, so his suspicion towards the question is perhaps understandable. Now that he knows that I was asking based on information and not supposition, maybe his response would have been different."
Notebook from home... (JoeBlogsF1)
"It was a surprise to see Alejandro Agag in Mexico on Sunday, but one must presume that he, like many others, is now pitching Liberty Media for a job. Agag seems to have sold most of his Formula E stock and is now in a position to sidle away if a better offer comes along."
View from the Pit Lane: Mexico (Channel 4)
"In NASCAR the pit channels are permanently open and you can listen to Jimmy Johnson or Jeff Gordon the whole race if you wanted to and the fans love it. That’s something Liberty Media might learn from watching NASCAR at home and they may copy that in F1 which would be really cool for the fans."
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