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'Hamilton like Schumacher & Senna' (Sky)
"You cannot really take him away or (place him) in a different level compared to Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna. He's there."
Kvyat axe confirmed, Kubica return doubted, three-car grid rows (The Express)
"It's impossible for me to believe that he will not suffer with some of the races with this car that we're driving that is a lot more difficult physically."
IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden wants a shot at F1 (ESPN)
"I'm a bit like Fernando (Alonso) in a way that he wants to try all different disciplines, he wants to be well-rounded and I agree with that a lot. I'd love to try every form of motorsport, sportscars, NASCAR. I love IndyCar and want to continue doing that, but also I'd love to do Formula One."
FIA needs to let hard racing go - Wolff (Motorsport)
"My opinion is we should let the guys race, but if someone is unfair and is using the track in a way he shouldn't to his advantage, then penalise him."
F1 defends US GP driver entrance ceremony (Autosport)
"Whether it is good at every race, probably not. We just need to identify what works in each country and add that little bit."
Hamilton planning movie about his life and amazing rise to Formula One (The Sun)
"I can't wait to share the full story visually. There will be a movie."
Dixon praises Hartley’s F1 debut (Racer)
"Having known Brendon since he was a young boy, and looking at his junior career and all he achieved, he was pressured a lot from an early age where they had him doing three series at once. So it's good to see he's become a huge talent, and that he isn't really fazed by pressure. It was a proud day for New Zealand."
Brazil F1 circuit sale expected in March or April (Reuters)
"The contract with Formula One will be strictly adhered to until 2020. Our hope is that Formula One stays here in 2021, 2022, for a long time. The idea is to continue for three or four decades."
Horner on Honda, Max, and Red Bull’s future vision (F1)
"We have Max just signed to the end of 2020, so that is a pretty clear indication that we are not going anywhere!"
'Unfair' to accuse Liberty of slow action to change F1, says Horner (Crash)
"I think that’s unfair. They’ve only run the sport for nine months. I think they’ve been doing an awful lot of work behind the scenes, I think that rather than shooting from the hip they’ve put a group in place, under Ross Brawn, that is analysing the issues within the sport to make formed decisions."
Hamilton on way to being the greatest F1 driver, says Wolff (The Guardian)
"The high performers often polarise because they have strong opinions and they express those. You don’t want to be down the middle and boring, and in today’s day and age if you polarise you stand out. Lewis stands out."
Haas' F1 homecoming in Austin (F1i)
"For Haas’ second home race in its short F1 career, the US team’s VF-17 was sporting new bargeboards, which shared a common DNA with the Ferrari design."
Notebook from a weird town (JoeBlogsF1)
"This will propose a top limit of $150 million, reducing over time to $100 million. This will affect a number of the big teams, but will also make F1 much more attractive to other manufacturers."
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