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Ferrari don't need to hide from Mercedes - Sebastian Vettel Q&A (F1)
"Mercedes has a very strong package - you see that in qualifying where I believe that they are still a bit ahead. But a race is always a different matter. I would say that we've been slightly faster - and maybe you can make a difference as well."
'Ferrari won it, they did the better job' - Hamilton (Channel 4)
"It wasn't 'ours to lose', it was both of ours to win."
Mercedes have to raise game to meet Ferrari challenge - Hamilton (Reuters)
"For sure you can always go back in lots of scenarios and say if you'd done this differently you could win, but that’s hindsight... so we have to do a better job."
Fernando Alonso denies claims he could leave McLaren-Honda mid-season (BBC)
"Everyone (acts like they are) close to me and it's like I have a depression, and it's not like that."
Honda engine problems go beyond lack of power - Alonso (F1i)
"In Australia it was a record for us, the fuel saving. It's going to be difficult for us this year, as long as the engine doesn't improve."
Max Verstappen on Red Bull's early-season problems in 2017 (Sky)
"However, the Dutchman did confirm the now-banned systems had been a development path the team had been considering and many in the paddock have suggested the RB13's handling imbalance may be linked to the crackdown."
Daniel Ricciardo: On-board footage reveals Red Bull's gap to Mercedes and Ferrari (ESPN)
"I think for me at the moment we don't have enough rear grip, so downforce basically."
Kaltenborn slams Wehrlein conspiracy theories (Autosport)
"It surprised us he actually got medical approval to be able to be in the car again that quickly, and the doctors also told us it's the result of having such a fit condition."
In search of Pascal Wehrlein (Racer)
"Another rival team source believes the absence can be explained as Wehrlein being 'bloody lazy' over the winter, and not having started significant training before his accident."
Pirelli confident of fewer one-stop races as season progresses (Motorsport)
"We will have higher numbers for degradation in the second part of the season, but still in the range of the (FIA) target letter."
Lewis Hamilton’s battle with Sebastian Vettel could match F1’s great rivalries (The Guardian)
"Showing emotion is one of the British driver’s traits that seems to rile many of his detractors."
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