In the round-up: Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne expects the team to bounce back at the next race after a disappointing home grand prix.
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Ferrari admits it 'screwed up' at Monza (ESPN)
"I think we screwed up from Belgium, from Spa, into here. Now, we need to go back to the factory and find out which way the car went sideways. But we will be back in Singapore."
McLaren poised to ditch Honda after another disastrous grand prix (The Telegraph)
"Mashashi Yamamato, Honda’s head of motorsport, flew in from Japan this weekend for crisis talks, but McLaren's dialogue with Renault is already well-advanced. Should an agreement be finalised next week, Alonso would, according to McLaren executive director Zak Brown, be 'very likely' to stay on."
Alonso 'very likely' to stay if Renault joins (Autosport)
"We know what that (Renault) engine could do - Red Bull did five, six consecutive podiums, and we know what Mercedes could do as well with Force India this year, Williams on the first row of the grid (at Monza)."
Toto Wolff Q&A: Ferrari took a surprising step back (F1)
"I still do believe that there are certain characteristics in a track that suit a car or not – and you can see this year that the slow, twisty circuits have rather suited Red Bull and Ferrari – and lots of high-speed downforce was good for us. But I think there is no pattern that you can’t break."
Ocon left with mixed feelings after run to sixth in Italian GP (Crash)
"Today there were no DNFs, nothing, so the luck was not totally on our side on that aspect. If it rains or if something happens, I’m still there and I still want to get it."
Stroll regrets 'devastating' error that turned his race (Motorsport)
"I made a mistake and I locked up into turn one, which was devastating, because I went from attacking him to backing off and defending from Felipe all race."
Hamilton embraces 'villain' tag after taking lead in F1 title race (The Guardian)
"Inevitably you are going to be the villain here if you are the one who is stopping the Ferraris. If Valtteri and I were not driving here today Ferrari would have won."
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