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Sainz slams 'dangerous' Baku restarts (ESPN)
"For the guys at the back we are still in the corners when they going fast, slow, there's walls and we cannot see through them. So suddenly we are going flat-out sixth, seventh gear and they were braking again. For me, a bit on the dangerous side."
Force India to lay down law after collision (Autosport)
"Without us causing the red flag, Hamilton's headrest wouldn't have come up, so he would have won it."
Hamilton feels Vettel reaction shows psychological weakness (The Guardian)
"The reason I didn’t get a penalty is because it is clear that I did not brake-test anyone. I was leading the race. Why brake-test him? There is no reason to do that, there is zero benefit."
Toto Wolff Q&A: Clash will raise temperature of Hamilton/Vettel rivalry (F1)
"He is a four-time world champion – and we are setting examples to all the young drivers out there about what is allowed and what a no-go. So we have to think twice."
Vettel does not think before he acts, says Ricciardo (BBC)
"It's probably driven through passion and hunger. He's kind of just got to put a lid on it sometimes."
Ferrari doesn't want war of words with Mercedes (Motorsport)
"We will do an analysis of the race, but we will not complain because it is not our style."
Lauda: 'Crazy' Vettel move 'the worst you can do' (Racer)
"Vettel is a decent guy, normally. This I don't understand, because he's crazy."
Sir Jackie defends Vettel and insists Hamilton sparked row (City AM)
"What Vettel then did was to unquestionably collide with Hamilton. There is no room for that, no excuse for that and it is wrong. It is inappropriate behaviour."
2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Motorsport magazine)
"The Mercedes, Renault and Honda powered cars showed no particular downturn in competitiveness."
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