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FIA holds meeting regarding the future of Formula One power units (FIA)
"The meeting resulted in broad agreement for the future evolution of Formula One power units, with all parties seemingly aligned in their focus on... striving for future power units to be powerful, while becoming simpler and less costly to develop and produce, improving the sound of the power units..."
Stroll: Jealousy motivating my critics (Autosport)
"You always going to find jealous people and people that don't like you for the wrong reasons and that's the way it is."
Gasly learned from 'big mess' over Toro Rosso F1 chance (Motorsport)
"It was quite a tough time for me after this big mess, because I remember at Monza, that weekend, people were telling me I would replace Daniil for the next races."
Can F1 really afford to abandon free-to-air TV? (Crash)
"I think there are ways to have an opportunity to create a free-to-air package that acts somewhat as a barker for the sport and creating a brand awareness to broad populate where you have the economic benefit for a number of your circuits and grands prix on pay."
Webber: New cars have re-energised Vettel (F1i)
"As a driver, you can once again make the difference as it is much harder to drive these cars to the limit. That is another speciality of Vettel, looking up the limit of the car."
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