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Paddy Lowe: F1 spending costs bigger issue than engines (ESPN)
"I don't think (engines) are the biggest problem in the sport. If you go look at the race in Austin and the performance split between the top six - well top five in the end - and then the rest, it was two different races and that isn't split on engine grounds."
Force India to take risks after securing P4 (Racer)
"We got good coverage and rightly so we are in battles the whole time and running third for a long time. I expected (Max) Verstappen to blow up too and that didn't happen."
Sauber has made a breakthrough - Ericsson (Autosport)
"We have found some stuff the last couple of weekends which has helped us a lot to improve that and it's all about the temperature and controlling the temperature of the tyres."
Haas' Steiner gives Magnussen two thumbs up (F1i)
"Ten out of 10. He couldn't do any more, with our car, to keep Hamilton and Alonso behind. That is the highlight of it, but all race he didn't put a foot wrong."
Hamilton can't expect a knighthood for winning a few races, says Stewart (Daily Mail)
"Stirling Moss had to wait 40 years after retiring to receive his. I don’t think he had any regrets during all that time about not having one. It is wonderful he has it now and he justly deserves it. Graham Hill did not have a knighthood. Jim Clark did not get one. So I don’t think anyone should expect it just because he is a good sportsman and has won a few sports events. I like to think it goes much deeper than that."
View from the Pit Lane: USA and Mexico (Channel 4)
"When Vettel ran wide at turn nine, and very wide at turn 19, Hamilton and Mercedes were saying they could see on the GPS data that he can gained a pretty substantial advantage. Hamilton mentioned he believed that Vettel had gained around 10kph by running wide and we heard him say on the radio 'Wow how did he get so close?' To me that’s a lasting advantage."
Hamilton left nothing to chance in drive to be F1 world champion again (The Guardian)
"One wonders how long F1’s owners the Formula One Group are going to keep Bernie Ecclestone on in his role as chairman emeritus after he weighed in over the weekend with the sort of claims that certainly do not fit with their vision."
Poch compares managing Tottenham to Alonso driving inferior car against Hamilton (Sport Witness)
"Is Hamilton the best? Of course because he wins, but if we give Alonso the same car, would he also win."
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