In the round-up: McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says the team would be winning races if it still had Mercedes power units.
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McLaren's Boullier: 'With the Mercedes engine we'd be winning' (AS)
"Do you think you'd be winning races if you had a Mercedes engine right now? 'I think we would.'"
Mark Webber: Don't judge Red Bull on winter 'shadow boxing' (ESPN)
"Unfortunately the mileage wasn't great, that's the only thing we can read into that, pace-wise it's impossible to read anything."
Baku promoter hits back at Liberty Media (Reuters)
"I think saying something like this is ignorant, but we'll see."
Formula 1 Grand Prix return to Adelaide supported by city council (Adelaide Messenger)
"The City Council last night formed a formal position on investigating the return of the race to Adelaide and will now send a letter to the State Government urging them to explore the opportunity."
Renault denies 'attacking' rivals on oil burn (Autosport)
"Amid suspicions from the Milton Keynes-based team that Mercedes had been exploiting this area of the rules for a qualifying boost, the FIA responded that it was clear such use of oil was not legal."
Racing for now and the future - Carlos Sainz on 2017 (F1)
"Mercedes called nearly the whole paddock to see the contract situations and I think that Red Bull was very clear with them what my contract situation is!"
Mercedes removes #KeepFightingMichael message from W08 (F1i)
"It was removed to free the way for future usage of the message."
Tech analysis: The concepts that split Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull (Motorsport)
"If you had to compare their approaches to moving airflow around their respective cars, Red Bull's would be akin to using a tack hammer, while Mercedes' is a sledgehammer job."
Daniel Ricciardo says Formula One needs to keep entertaining fans, flags race in Las Vegas (Herald Sun)
"Let’s keep going to cool locations as well. If you want to do a race in (Las) Vegas, be my guest."
2017 will be tough for Mick Schumacher - Rosberg (F1 Today)
"Once you're asked about it 100 times, it starts to get on your nerves."
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