In the round-up: Bernie Ecclestone has strongly suggested that the FIA deliberately set technical regulations to benefit Ferrari during the Max Mosely era.
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Bernie Ecclestone suggests FIA helped Ferrari gain F1 advantage (Telegraph)
"F1 is Ferrari, and Ferrari is F1. Helping Ferrari has always been the smartest thing to do. It was always done through the technical regulations."
Formula 1, Mexican Grand Prix launch earthquake classroom project (Autosport)
Chase Carey: "Education is one of the most fundamental human rights and we will be more than happy to know that, thanks to this project, these 9000 children will be able to enjoy this right with immediate effect."
Verstappen call caps bad week for FIA decisions - Wolff (Motorsport.com)
"The last seven days were not the most glorious in decision-making."
Daniil Kvyat split decision explained by Red Bull bosses (Sky)
"Formula 1 is a tough business and unfortunately Dany didn't do enough, in our opinion, to warrant retaining that seat."
Carlos Sainz Jr sorry to see Daniil Kvyat dropped by Red Bull (Autosport)
"I was hoping to have him also in F1 for many years, and I hope I find him back in F1 soon."
Christian Horner says F1 can't scrap current engines soon enough (ESPN)
"For me, these engines have done nothing but damage Formula One. They've done nothing to contribute to the sport. They've taken away the sound; the passion and they've added too much complexity."
Sauber rules out non-listed parts from Ferrari for 2018 (F1i)
"Sauber's Fred Vasseur says the team has ruled out using non-listed part from Ferrari as the call has come too late in its car's design process."
Stewart relaxed about being passed by Hamilton (Reuters)
"Now it’s 44 years since I did it (became a triple champion). Of course somebody is going to have to break the record, I just hope there’s more British drivers coming along."
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