In the round-up: Yesterday’s race may not be the final Malaysian Grand Prix, according to the country’s prime minister.
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Malaysian GP could return, says PM (New Straits Times)
"It does not mean it cannot be reconsidered sometime in the future, provided the economic set of conditions is deemed to be favourable."
‘Invoice’ for F1 accident is fake, says Sepang operator (FMT)
"It is purely a malicious attempt by certain parties to somehow disrupt the finale of the Malaysian Grand Prix this year."
Vettel risks gearbox penalty after Stroll collision (Reuters)
Vettel: "I think it’s enough now of cars turning one way or the other and ending having a shunt. That was a bizarre one, for sure."
Palmer blames 'big tailwind' for Malaysia spin (Motorsport)
"We saw there was a big tailwind, which is affecting you in the tow, and you’re in the gust. I lost a lot of aero."
Force India: Teams drying grid slots broke rules (Autosport)
"With the race result now official, it is expected that the next course of action will involve the FIA issuing a clarification that the practice is banned."
Gasly 'tried not to f**k up' procedures on F1 debut in Malaysia (Crash)
"I think with the seat fitting we will do another one in Suzuka because it was moving a lot and that's not an especially nice feeling, all race as well. Inside the seat, moving a lot is not ideal for my back and my lower back is quite painful, so we have planned to do a new one for next weekend."
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