In the round-up: Honda is keeping quiet amid rumours its struggles with its engine are now so serious it has received assistance from rivals Mercedes.
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McLaren-Honda retain hope of ending 2017 Formula 1 struggle (Sky)
"Although engine boss Yusuke Hasegawa said he would not disclose any such details, he promised that Honda 'are trying everything' to catch up since the start of the year."
Raikkonen deserves better results - Vettel (Autosport)
"I see exactly what happens and things didn't go 100% in his direction so far but I don't think there's any doubt inside the paddock that he's one of the most talented drivers we have."
Wolff 'not a fan' of regular F1 rule shake-ups (Crash)
"I'm not such a fan of shaking up the regulations every two or three years just because someone wants to roll the dice, but it was a majority decision and once it was done, we've kind of switched into competition mode and tried to do the best of it."
Massa reminded of Schumacher's mentorship by Stroll link-up (Motorsport)
"For sure, it's better to have both drivers scoring points for the team, that's what we need, that's what every team needs in the end. But we cannot forget he's learning, starting."
'Mercedes is afraid of us,' says Ferrari's Marchionne (F1i)
"Ferrari is competitive once again and feared by our adversaries in Stuttgart."
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