In the round-up: Force India will become the fourth different team to reveal its Formula One car for the 2017 F1 season today. The VJM10 is its tenth car since Force India arrived in F1 in 2008.
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Renault expects 0.3s gain from engine (ESPN)
"We think between 0.3s and 0.4s is what we want to achieve over the course of the development, but all of that will only be possible if we have the reliability."
Hulkenberg rules out Le Mans return in 2017 (Autosport)
"Nothing to do with Pascal (Wehrlein), or what happened to him, I didn't quite have the appetite this year to do it."
New start for the only Nico on 2017 F1 grid (Reuters)
"Hopefully all this pays dividends later in the year but for sure this is still a build-up year, getting to grips with everything."
Renault's 2017 prospects (Motorsport magazine)
"This implies that the Renault engineers may have finally split the turbine and compressor – which makes for great packaging advantages over the conventional joint housing because of the way the inlet and cooling pipes can follow a shorter route."
Force India reveals three-driver Barcelona F1 test line-up (MotorSport)
"Although the team hasn't made any official announcement on Alfonso Celis Jnr, its development driver from 2016, but with the Mexican driving on day three, it confirms that the teenager will continue with his role this year."
Hopes rise for early extradition of Vijay Mallya after India-UK talks (The Times of India)
"Indian officials answered questions about death penalty, prison conditions etc, which would help when the legal process goes through the UK system."
Red Bull Racing Edition Gives Aston Martin’s V8 and V12 Vantage Wings (Not Really, But They Look Rad) (Car And Driver)
"Red Bull–logoed V8 and V12 Vantages pale in comparison to the AM-RB 001, but as far as paint-and-badge jobs go, they’re mighty attractive."
McLaren: The Film (McLaren)
"The inspirational documentary account of one man’s pioneering spirit, unswerving tenacity and endless passion, McLaren is the untold story of a motor racing icon, directed by Roger Donaldson (Thirteen Days, The World’s Fastest Indian)."
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