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Fernando Alonso is not thinking about his plans for next season (Sporting Life)
"I don't know which teams have confirmed for next year. I read Kimi (Raikkonen) was confirmed, but I don't know exactly what I will do until I look at the options. When September arrives, I will have to think through those options."
Alonso: Difficult to predict Honda progress (ESPN)
"I've shown everyone and proved that I have faith in everything, I've been here three years with different situations. The first year was very difficult with a lot of problems, the second year with a good progress I think and a midfield car in most of the races."
Ban threat won’t change Kvyat’s approach (Autosport)
"We know it in the team, and obviously we will try not to get those points - it's as simple as that really. There's nothing really to be done there."
Daniel Ricciardo Q&A: No hard feelings with Max over Hungary (F1)
"As I said, his apology was all I could ask for and the way we did it was not the kind where his manager was standing next to him or (team principal) Christian (Horner) was between us - it was a one-on-one."
Magnussen: Negative comments from other F1 drivers 'very rare' (Crash)
"It’s very rare that I get negative comments from other drivers. I think (Hulkenberg) wanted it to be on the television."
Ferrari brings suspension, aero mods to Spa (Motorsport)
"If we had to race at Silverstone again, we would do a lot better,
Perez future still not sorted (Sky)
"I'm quite close. Every deal I do involves my Mexican sponsors so right now they are in discussions."
Verstappen mighty impressed with 'future star' Lando Norris (F1i)
"Lando Norris is very strong, and he is only 17 years old. Clearly he is promising for the future and a driver we'll hear a lot about."
The secrets of Verstappen’s speed (Motorsport)
"Without doubt, some of the defensive moves Verstappen made against Räikkönen and others were dangerous, but he’s clearly highly intelligent and, like Senna and Schumacher before him, he’s willing to push the rules to the absolute limit."
Vandoorne handed 35 place grid penalty for home race (Reuters)
"Unfortunately Stoffel will receive a grid penalty at his home grand prix, but it is important for us to introduce updates as soon as they are ready."
When Wilson went to Le Mans (Racer)
"One event in particular, his lone visit to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, stood out for a variety of reasons, and in Justin's familiar style, his humanity was on display the entire time."
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