In the round-up: Honda motorsport chief Yusuke Hasegawa says the Japanese manufacturer has no intentions of replacing him.
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Honda has no plans to remove F1 head Hasegawa despite performance (Autosport)
"From Honda's point of view, nobody is thinking about changing my position. The focus is on the job and making progress. As long as I am here, I am going to do my best."
F1 will address costs before cutting team income - Brawn (Motorsport.com)
"I think it's fair to say that there's not a team in F1 that wouldn't welcome a reduction in costs. We're preparing our case and our proposals with the FIA to achieve that."
Williams deny reports of 2018 Honda engine talks (Sky)
"We had a fantastic relationship with them back in the 1980s, but I can categorically say that we have not talked to Honda. We are not a cause of the break-up and we are not here ready with a press release saying we are joining forces with them in 2018."
Carey 'proud' to bring F1 back to France and Germany (F1i)
"We are proud to be able to confirm that the German and French Grands Prix will be held in 2018."
Porsche to attend F1 engine meeting, Austria GP (GrandPrix.com)
"That is the claim of Germany's Auto Bild, saying Porsche has accepted an invitation to attend the next meeting to discuss F1's post-2020 engine rules."
Investing in F1's future the priority for Liberty (Racer)
Chase Carey: "So we've got a sponsorship group, we've got television group, we've got a digital group, we've got a marketing group, we've got a PR group, we've got a research group – we've got people that are able to support and move the business forward in the way it needs to be moved forward."
Vettel explains why he isn't on social media (F1i)
"I have to admit I get a lot more out of shaking someone's hand and then sharing the experience of meeting someone."
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