In the round-up: McLaren executive director Zak Brown expects the team to go another year without winning a race in 2017.
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The wonderfully pessimistic world of McLaren F1 chief Zak Brown (Marca)
"McLaren won't win any races this year. I think everybody is frustrated, as you'd imagine, and anxious to return to winning ways."
Rosberg expects Mercedes to consider Vettel for 2018 (Crash)
"Vettel's Ferrari contract ends this year, he'd be a sensible option for Mercedes and one that I'm sure they'll contemplate."
F1 teams fail to reach suspension consensus (Autosport)
"Various ideas were proposed - including a return to conventional suspension, a switch to active suspension or no restriction on the current hydraulic concepts - but teams' opinions were split."
Rosberg warns Bottas about Hamilton rivalry (Reuters)
"He (Bottas) has asked if we can have a chat soon and I am happy to do that, of course – but I will stay very, very neutral."
Dallara baffled by F1's new rules (F1i)
"Technically it will make it almost impossible to overtake, because no one will be able to follow the one in front of him."
Is Lance Stroll ready for Formula 1? (Motorsport magazine)
"He is also said to have transformed his physique, further evidence of application and a work ethic that have never been questioned."
"For us in the middle, it gives us quite an exciting future because if they do bring about a more equitable distribution of income, obviously we will benefit from that."
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On this day in F1
Ricardo Rodriguez, one of the Rodriguez brothers which the home of the Mexican Grand Prix is named after, was born 75 years ago today. He died in a crash at the circuit in 1962.