In the round-up: Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya, who was arrested in April on a fraud charge and faces an extradition hearing next month, has been arrested for a second time, this time for a charge relating to his F1 team.
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Mallya re-arrested for money laundering (FT - registration required)
"Vijay Mallya, the flamboyant Indian beer and airline tycoon, has been accused in a London court of money laundering, with funds lent to aid his ailing air carrier Kingfisher Airlines allegedly going to his Force India Formula One motor racing team."
Mallya arrested on new money-laundering charge (The Guardian)
"The businessman, who is living in a £11.5m Hertfordshire mansion once owned by the father of F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, is due back in court on 20 November and an extradition hearing is due to start on 4 December."
Kubica and di Resta to contest Williams seat (Motorsport magazine)
"The Pole will test the car in the first of a two-day test at the Hungarian circuit and his place will be taken on the second day by the team’s current third driver di Resta."
Ferrari expect Vettel to avoid grid penalty (BBC)
"The device was flown back to Ferrari's factory in Italy for inspection, and a spokesman said it 'seems OK'."
Renault admit 2018 driver line-up rumours haven't been 'handled well' (Sky)
"It's true we wanted to try something with Robert (Kubica), and were thinking about next year. But try and see it from Renault's perspective."
Red Bull now has best chassis in F1 - Marko (Autosport)
"It shows that the works that we did since our poor start in Melbourne paid off, and the development goes in the right direction. Chassis-wise, for sure we are the best now."
Pair Mexico with Canada, says US F1 promoter (Reuters)
"It would certainly be better for the promoter if the races were further apart on the calendar. Mexico with Canada. We’d be with Brazil."
Ferrari and Mercedes to battle for £20m-a-season Verstappen after Malaysian Grand Prix win (Evening Standard)
Christian Horner: "We have some things to prove to Max that we are still the best team for him."
Honda success would make McLaren look 'silly' - Brown (F1i)
"Obviously if Honda starts to win in 2018 and we're not, we will look silly."
Haas in Grosjean crash compensation talks with Sepang (Motorsport)
"We pay to come here, we pay a fee to come here, everybody has to pay. We discussed it and they were very professional about it. They have insurance, let's see what we can do."
Gasly would give up title shot for F1 chance (Racer)
"After winning GP2, if I can win Super Formula, that would be great. But if I can race in Austin, that will be even more amazing."
Why Vettel's challenge faded (James Allen on F1)
"Spare a thought for the Sauber engineering team after their network went down taking all the timing with it. They were having to work with stopwatches, TV pictures and a lap chart – the old fashioned way!"
Notebook from Port Dickson (Joe Blogs F1)
"Porsche ambassador Mark Webber keeps telling me it will never happen, and one must assume that he is right, despite the fact that a man from Porsche is visiting teams and talking the talk."
Liberty Media Looks To Open First Permanent US Outpost In New York (Sports Business)
"Formula One is opening an office in NY, the series confirmed to SBD Global, marking its first permanent bureau established in the US under new owner Liberty Media."
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