In the round-up: Mercedes’s Toto Wolff has backed down over Lewis Hamilton’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix insubordination.
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Mercedes regret giving Lewis Hamilton orders at Abu Dhabi GP (Sky)
"Hamilton will avoid further sanctions for his role in Abu Dhabi, with Mercedes now diverting their attention to the 'brave' decision of replacing the retired Rosberg."
Liberty Media Corporation Announces Special Meeting of Stockholders (Liberty Media)
"At the special meeting, holders will be asked to vote on proposals relating to Liberty's issuance of shares of its Series C Liberty Media common stock in connection with the proposed acquisition of Formula 1 and the renaming of the Liberty Media Group and the Liberty Media common stock to the Formula One Group and the Liberty Formula One common stock, respectively, following the proposed acquisition of Formula 1 by Liberty."
When Vijay Mallya's Twitter account was hacked - here is what emerged (India Today)
"In a series of tweets, the group of hackers derided Mallya and declared that the expose was only a 'partial' release."
Tyres to be different again in 2018 - Pirelli (Autosport)
"I feel that the direction is good and we probably need to continue the development and to have a new product in 2018."
Guenther Steiner: Haas stuck to budget in rookie F1 season (ESPN)
"We made a budget and we stuck to it pretty good. It seems like everybody goes into F1, in the old days, they didn't know what they were doing."
Stoffel Vandoorne: The long wait is over (F1i)
"I think for me it’s good to be alongside him because if I fare well it’s going to be good for my career as well."
Rival F1 team bid for Lowe adds pressure to Mercedes talks (Motorsport)
"While Renault is restructuring, the most logical destination for Lowe would be a return to Williams, where he started his F1 career. The outfit could even offer him equity as part of any agreement in an attempt to secure his services."
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On this day in F1
The FIA controversially scrapped its ban on team orders six years ago today in the wake of the Ferrari controversy at Hockenheim: