In the round-up: The promoter of the Malaysian Grand Prix, which will hold its final F1 race this year, criticises former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone for saying he charged them too much.
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Bernie Ecclestone made us 'look like idiots' - Sepang boss (The Straits Times)
"As a loyal customer of his for the last 19 years, it showed a total lack of respect, I think, and made us look like idiots in some ways."
Malaysian Formula One boss: Liberty Media needs help and Bernie Ecclestone suckered us good and proper (City AM)
"Right now we are firm in our decision to take a long break. We are looking at a 7-10 year break."
Lewis Hamilton 'affected' by British teenager's crash (BBC)
"I think I was affected more by Billy's incident than I probably have been by most, with the exception of what happened in Formula One."
Hamilton rejects Vettel’s ‘sandbagging’ accusation (Crash)
"We never sandbag, there's no benefit to sandbagging. Ever."
Lewis Hamilton Q&A: Friday form shows Sunday is wide open (F1)
"If we win this weekend then it will be because we have worked very hard for it and not because of the opinion that people have that this is a 'Mercedes track'."
Red Bull lacked consistency in practice (Autosport)
"We will try to do what we can, get the job done and then hopefully fight for a bit more in a few weeks."
Revived Massa in no hurry to leave F1 again (Reuters)
"I am 100 percent concentrated on this season but... if I can race still at a good level for a good team, then I can do another year."
Fernando Alonso feels sorry for 'super talented' Stoffel Vandoorne (ESPN)
"I feel sorry for him, because he's a super driver, a super talent but he's having a difficult start of his Formula One career, so I hope he gets a lucky break even if he'll start from the back of the grid."
Wolff admits Ferrari better at switching on tyres (Motorsport)
"There's a pretty good indication what's happening, and what they have been doing, so it's all relaxed until now. In Singapore 2015 we were the only team out of position, and we just couldn't make the tyre work."
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On this day in F1
Mike Parkes won the non-championship BRDC International Trophy driving a Ferrari 312 on this day 50 years ago.