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Bernie Ecclestone could step down as F1 chief this week (BBC)
"Ross Brawn, the former Mercedes team boss and Ferrari technical director, is expected to take up a role in charge of relations with the teams on the sporting and technical side."
McLaren F1 CEO Zak Brown: next year will be a 'game changer' for the brand (Autocar)
"We’re already working hard but, to the naked eye, there may be relatively little progress through 2017. But next year should be a game changer for us."
Is Valentino Rossi heading to Le Mans? (F1i)
"I'm more concentrated on the 24 Hours of Le Mans, it's the first goal, because on the track I feel better, so maybe when I will stop with the bike we can have time."
Miles: Halo device not possible for IndyCar (GP Update)
"We are more likely to introduce a limited windscreen rather than that halo."
Palmer: Tough 2016 good for mental strength (Autosport)
"Everything that could have been thrown my way has been, in terms of driving a difficult car and maybe being undervalued."
Baku responds to critics as it sets out plans for 2017 race (ESPN)
"You know there are rumours every year that some races will drop out, some races will add in. I cannot go by rumours right now. We have a ten-year contract, but a five-year break clause, to renegotiate."
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