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Australian F1 legend Alan Jones reveals untold story about his unusual absence from a grand prix (News)
"I’ve got a bit of an idea. If you pull up sick and can’t run again this weekend, we’ll give you first-place prize money."
Horner unsure Renault can deliver more power (F1i)
"On Saturday we are going to struggle. I can imagine us being fifth and sixth on the grid on Saturday and quicker than that on Sunday."
Hungaroring set for revamp in 2018 (Autosport)
"The first job will be the rebuilding of the main grandstands and public areas, with the plan being to create a modern stadium section running around the final corner and along the pit straight."
Vandoorne: Fourth-best team should be regular target (ESPN)
"I think the aim for us should be to be the fourth best team on a more regular basis, but the midfield is so tight and so close."
Perez plans on 2018 F1 deal by Belgian GP (Crash)
"In terms of my future, I just hope that once I come back to the next race, after the summer break, I can have a new contract."
McLaren's Norris likely to join F2 or Super Formula in 2018 (Motorsport)
"I don’t think the (F1) test changes anything for this season – nothing is planned. For this year the focus is on F3 and I hope to win it."
John Malone, the ‘swamp alligator’ chewing up the UK’s media market (The Guardian)
"Earlier this year, Malone’s Liberty Media bought Bernie Ecclestone’s Formula One in a deal valuing the sport at about $8bn, an asset Murdoch had looked to buy – Sky has TV broadcast rights in the UK, Germany and Italy. He rubbed it in by promptly installing Chase Carey, a former top executive at Fox and once Murdoch’s right-hand man, as chairman."
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