In the round-up: Red Bull remain convinced they will catch Mercedes and Ferrari despite their lacklustre showing in Australia.
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'Why Red Bull can make it a three-way fight' (BBC)
"What does he mean by 'different concept'? The key is in the aerodynamics - and particularly in the design of the front wing."
How Red Bull assimilated a Mercedes concept (Motorsport)
"For 2017, the designers have looked at how Mercedes and Toro Rosso achieved the packaging of their solutions last season and assimilated it into their own design."
Kaltenborn: Sauber not open to Honda switch (Racer)
"We have engaged no such talks for this season. We have our engine supply and we are going to be there."
F1 Sauber, Giovinazzi verso la conferma in Cina (La Gazzetta dello Sport - Italian)
Antonio Giovinazzi is tipped to return for Sauber in the Chinese Grand Prix as Pascal Wehrlein is still not back to full fitness.
Mercedes working to reduce W08's weight (Autosport)
"With components having been bulked up this year because of the extra forces coming from the higher cornering speeds, plus engine parts being more robust now that there are only four power units for the season, the weight of the Mercedes is understood to have crept over the 728kg minimum limit."
'Stroll will improve with time', says Massa (F1i)
"I remember when I was 18 and the mistakes I was making. Eventually you find out that you just needed time. For sure he will improve during the championship."
Sergio Perez: Force India slower than Toro Rosso and Haas (ESPN)
"We improved the car since testing but I think the weaknesses are there. The rear. We cannot really balance the car, we have to carry quite a lot of understeer so that's what we need to sort out."
Ocon on Force India, Wehrlein... and almost vomiting daily (Crash)
"Well for sure (Stroll) comes to Formula 1 not by a junior programme, but I think he really deserves it, he won Formula 3 and he's got the right attitude and he's been winning Formula 4 as well, been doing great things in go karts when I was fighting with him back then."
Formula 1's Huge New Downforce Is a Problem, And IndyCar Has the Solution (Road and Track)
"A return to the gargantuan wing-like ground effect tunnels contained within the sidepods isn't required for F1 to solve its passing problem, but the general premise of dialing down the bad aero and amplifying the good downforce should be a no-brainer."
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