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F1 could introduce standard parts, Carey says (Motorsport)
"We’re not looking to dumb the cars down, but I think we can standardise components of it."
Sainz: 'Top teams are in a different category' (F1i)
"I want to think the gap will be closed a bit, and I do think it's a massive difference, a difference that's way too big."
Honda unsure which upgrades it can introduce (Autosport)
"We know most of the teams are using the same concept of our engine but obviously we don't know the exact solution, the exact design, the same level of performance we can achieve."
Ford NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer: F1 cars 'more like spaceships than race cars' (Autoweek)
"It’s just amazing what those cars are capable of doing, but they look more like spaceships than race cars, if you ask me."
Ferrucci found 2017 cars 'a bit scary at times' (F1 Today)
"With low-speed and mid-speed I'm pretty sure I'm really on the limit, or within a km/h or two. In the high speed, obviously every lap I go through it's like half a km/h more, half a km/h more."
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