In the round-up: Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff says the issue of grid penalties has been discussed for years and doubts it will be changed.
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Wolff: F1 grid penalties look ridiculous (Crash)
"Despite Wolff’s calls for change, which is supported by many F1 team bosses and drivers, he isn’t optimistic for change having seen the issue stick around for a number of years. 'I’ve been here since 2009 and we’ve been talking about the same things all the time.'"
Horner: The fight is on for the future of Formula One (The Telegraph)
"We have Formula E, and a lot of manufacturers are morphing into that area. But the emotion, the entertainment, the excitement of those cars just isn’t there."
FIA urged to get tougher on burning oil in F1 (Autosport)
"I know the FIA and Charlie (Whiting) are working very hard to try to close the loophole because there's not a clear definition of oil in the FIA regulations, but I don't know if it's going to be enough."
Vettel Q&A: Sunnier Sunday could help Ferrari (F1)
"The first stint will be very important: if you are behind never lose contact to the guy in front and when in front try everything to create a gap."
Honda 'very ashamed' by Alonso's grid penalty (Motorsport)
"I'm very ashamed. We didn't have an engine failure, we had some hydraulic leakage, which we can change if we find out (the cause) with enough time, but we couldn't, that's why we need to change the engine."
An anti-climax at Suzuka (ESPN)
"It was extremely painful. We knew that because, for some reason, Mansell had removed his crash helmet and balaclava, exposing a contorted image that was being caught by a nearby TV camera."
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