In the round-up: FIA president Jean Todt says Formula One will keep the Halo until a better alternative is invented.
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No way back on Halo, only a way forward - Todt (F1i)
"Of course it does not have to be the final word either. If we find a better solution then we will introduce it."
Mercedes have no doubts on Hamilton contract extension (Sky)
"I think it's pretty obvious that we are the team of choice for Lewis and Lewis is the driver of choice for us. we have performed well together and l think we will want to continue for a few more years."
Hamilton names three biggest rivals (Motorsport magazine)
"The four strongest drivers I think are me, Fernando, Sebastian, Max. I really hope we are all in the fight next year."
Renault: Stressful showdowns must not happen again (Motorsport)
"We didn't have access to the footage and actually the replay was late coming,
Williams mystified by Stroll's lack of pace (Autosport)
"Lance recognises himself that some of that was his own inexperience, where no matter how bad it is, sometimes you just stick with it and make the most of it."
Why F1's new logo works (ESPN)
"If I had marked or polled the number of people who I have met and discussed the mark since I've gotten here, many of them went years and years not understanding that the invisible space between the left and the right was actually a '1'. So we wanted to keep it simple and clear, and I think that's important for our digital space."
Christiana Figuerez and Alain Prost to lead new global advisory board (FIA)
"Charles Chao, Gerd Mauser, Martin Whitmarsh, Marco Parroni and Lucas di Grassi to help steer the future commercial direction of Formula E as members of the newly-formed Global Advisory Board."
Banking heir, 52, spends $3m turning his 275-acre New York backyard into personal Formula One racetrack (Daily Mail)
Included here only to point out this clearly isn't an F1 track.
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