In the round-up: Liberty Media president and CEO Greg Maffei says a direct streaming service for F1 would “make a lot of sense”.
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Liberty Media Third-Quarter Earnings Rise (Hollywood Reporter)
"Given the global nature and the dedicated fan base we have, it would seem like an OTT (over-the-top) product is something that makes a lot of sense for them (Formula One) and us."
Imola withdraws Italian GP legal action (Autosport)
"This leaves the way open for Monza to continue negotiations with Formula One Management to secure the future of Monza as a Formula One venue."
India Asks UK To Extradite Vijay Mallya, Agusta Accused Christian Michel (NDTV)
"India on Monday asked Britain to extradite nearly 60 people wanted by it, including liquor baron Vijay Mallya and Christian Michel, the alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland helicopter deal, for bringing them back to face justice in India."
Formula E option keeps door open for Mercedes (Crash)
"It's an exciting new series that has come up against all odds and is doing quite okay,” Wolff said. “Electrification is not going to go away on the road and we don't know where it's going to go on the race track."
Technical: Under the skin of the Ferrari SF16-H (F1i)
"If Maranello experienced some teething problems with its 2016-spec power unit and the team’s strategy has been questionable in some races, it is really on the aerodynamic front that Ferrari has been lacking this year."
Sauber future 'not dependent' on Nasr and Ericsson re-signing (Motorsport)
"If a driver who is a good driver comes to any team with a partner, I don't think any team would refuse that."
The 2017 F1 regulations explained by Pat Symonds (Motorsport magazine)
"For the first time in many years, cars will not go to all the tracks with maximum downforce. Bar Monza, Canada and sometimes Spa that has been the case since 2009."
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On this day in F1
Happy birthday Eric Boullier who is 43 today.