In the round-up: Toto Wolff says Mercedes are not happy about having to impose team orders on their drivers.
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Team orders a problem for Mercedes - Wolff (Racer)
"We don't like this at all. We haven't done this in the last year and we want to avoid it as good as we can and even (in Bahrain) we tried to avoid it as good as we can, it is just a moment of realization that if you don't react, you're going to lose the race, then you have to make that call."
F1's Carey open to new home for German GP (F1i)
"I have already met with some German representatives, and naturally we are talking about the two race tracks that have held the German Grand Prix in the past. But we are also looking at other options."
Sceptical Villeneuve lauds Alonso's Indy bid (Reuters)
"A constructor would not want a big name to win the Triple Crown because ultimately it’s not their publicity, it’s the driver’s publicity."
Vandoorne: We must learn from test surprise (Autosport)
"It was good but there is no guarantee that the next time it will be good again."
'Price to pay' for Honda supplying second F1 team - Boullier (Crash)
"More teams is better, more teams running is better definitely, (but) there's always a price to pay for that which is obviously deviating our resources to maybe build more engines."
Wehrlein defends Sauber's handling of injury news (Motorsport)
"My social media I use it more as a race driver where I do my job and then I like to have a private life as well, so I don't share a lot of my private life on social media."
The Secret Life of… Sebastian Vettel (Formula1.com)
"Q: When was the last time you were really angry? SV: When Germany’s football team lost against France in the semi-finals of the European championships last year."
The car's the star: Why Ferrari are fast again - and why it's good for F1 (BBC)
"Ferrari's historic value means that under the current deal they are given 5% of F1's total revenues (which are about $1.5bn, so that's $75m) before the prize money is distributed - plus another $120m or so from the prize fund. Cutting that as part of a more equitable income distribution to the teams won't be easy when Ferrari's value as a stop on Mercedes' domination is so clear."
'Vijay Mallya can't avoid the law': Herts villagers on 'fugitive' billionaire neighbour (The Guardian)
"It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how rich you are, you can’t avoid the law. It’s disgusting that he is living here in all this luxury if he owes his country money and hasn’t paid his staff wages."
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