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Hamilton cannot be complacent in F1 title race, says Wolff (The Guardian)
"Japan, high downforce circuit; could be close, it definitely won’t be our strongest. Austin, I think we’ll be fine. I think Brazil would be a place where Ferrari will be particularly strong."
Has Vettel's aggression just cost him the title? (BBC)
"Williams are keeping their cards close to their chest, but it looks as if the Pole, trying to make a comeback after seven years out following his horrendous rally accident in 2011, could soon test for the team."
Alonso expects 'normality' in F1 2018 with Honda gone (Autosport)
"The aim is, as I always said, to be on the podium and fight for victories, to be thinking 'what we will do at the start?', looking at the videos for maybe attacking and maybe leading the race in the first stint."
Masashi Yamamoto on the Toro Rosso partnership (Honda)
"If we compare both teams with different cuisines, let’s say McLaren is a very sophisticated French cuisine, that’s the way it is. Then Toro Rosso is more like a countryside, homemade delicious stew where you can add new ingredients. We’re excited to do that."
How Senna's 1988 Monaco crash kept Hamilton focused (ESPN)
"Generally, through the whole race, every now and then, Senna pops into my mind... his Monaco Grand Prix where he was in the lead and hit the wall. That always comes in and reminds me not to do that."
Wolff still not ready to openly back Hamilton for F1 title (Crash)
"I wouldn’t want to give a straight commitment and say he’s our number one, because I don’t want to screw up the mind of our second driver."
Former Mercedes boss Haug urges Porsche to enter F1 (F1i)
"Like Audi, they can either spend EUR 250 million in prototypes or join Mercedes with a far more cost-effective move in Formula One."
Winning back fans is the top priority (The Straits Times)
Sean Bratches: "The viewership aspect has been overstated, it's more of a reach issue than a viewership issue. There's been a migration from free-to-air (television) to pay. That had an impact on numbers."
Tata Communications complete world’s first truly live 360-degree video trial (F1)
"There were two 360-degree cameras at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore, trackside and in the paddock, to show how viewers at home could immerse themselves in the world of F1 and experience these exclusive areas through a virtual reality (VR)-like environment via the Official F1 App."
Mallya can't travel to F1 but remains as involved as ever: Fernley (The Times of India)
"There is no decision that is taken without Vijay's consent. Okay, he cannot travel but he remains as involved as ever in the functioning of the team."
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