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Sainz could leave if the price is right, says Horner (Reuters)
"It would have to have a significant value attached to it because we've invested in Carlos significantly... you're not just going to give an asset away."
Details of Strategy Group agenda revealed (Autosport)
"The availability of drivers for such events is to be table and it is understood there is a desire to lock down between three and five appearances per driver at such events over the course of a season."
Renault boss hits out at Palmer replacement rumours (Motorsport)
"But Abiteboul said that he personally assured the Briton before the race that speculation about him being replaced for Budapest was not true."
Has Lewis Hamilton really hinted he could quit F1 at the end of 2017? (Sky)
"I love driving and you could say it (retiring) is very unlikely, I'm just saying that you don't know what frame of mind I am going to be at Christmas time. Hopefully it's a really good one with a fourth title."
Red Bull expected smaller gap at Silverstone (Racer)
"We seem to struggle a little bit in low-speed corners, so quite a bit to go and understand analysis-wise why that is. Silverstone now with this new generation of cars is 70 percent full throttle over the lap, and that is quite painful in comparison to our rivals."
Aston Martin Valkyrie's Lap Times Could Rival F1 Cars (Motor 1)
"For the track version we’re into lap times approaching Formula One lap times. That’s definitely within sight."
Meet The Formula 1 Women Creating A Vehicle For Change (Vogue)
"Eight per cent of our engineering workforce is female, which doesn’t sound like much until you take into consideration that seven years ago it was zero."
Interview with Ferrari's rising star (James Allen on F1)
Charles Leclerc: "Jules (Bianchi) has helped me massively to make contact with Nicolas (Todt), explaining to him the situation of my career, that I will have stopped at the end of the year. And luckily Nicolas helped me, and since then he has helped me hugely."
Formula One owners Liberty Media 'committed' to Silverstone's future (CNN)
"We're standing on the home, on a terra firma and the home of motorsport, the home of Formula One, and I am very confident that there is going to be a British Grand Prix for many, many years in this wonderful country."
Inside the Royal Box at Wimbledon: Astronauts and VIP Strawberries (New York Times)
"(Nico) Rosberg was initially denied entry because he showed up without socks. He was given a pair and ultimately allowed in."
How Bahrain uses sport to whitewash a legacy of torture and human rights abuses (The Guardian)
"For them Bahrain is not the glamorous haven of sporting values presented by teams and athletes who bear its name; it is an island, as Sheikh Nasser himself said, from which there is no escape."
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