In the round-up: Ross Brawn says Formula One’s new owners Liberty Media needs a long-term plan for the sport.
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In his own words: Ross Brawn's future in F1 (ESPN)
"I think one of the frustrations for me is that there never seemed to be a plan and everything was reactive. Therefore, I think it would be good for Formula One to try to formulate a plan and a strategy of where it wants to be in three years' time or five years' time."
Red Bull calls for F1 to get tough with track limits (Autosport)
"I'm a fan of gravel traps, and stuff like that, because it is a proper deterrent."
Christian Horner says Formula 1 would miss McLaren's Ron Dennis (Sky)
"We've gone head-to-head and fought over sponsors, engineers, drivers, whatever, but he's always played fair."
Testing Palmer, Ocon and Wehrlein to help Force India decision (F1i)
"We’ve been very fortunate that we’ve been able to look at Jolyon in the past, we’ve looked at Esteban Ocon in the past, Pascal Wehrlein in the past."
Haas 'a little bit behind' on 2017 car development (Motorsport)
"This year we haven’t had many upgrades - it has not been too bad because our baseline car was good and the regulation has been stable."
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