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Gasly: Toro Rosso’s Honda switch guarantees quality parts (Crash)
"At the moment they are definitely improving when you look at the McLarens they are much better now than six months ago so if they manage to keep this momentum I think it will be a good move and surprise everyone in a nice way."
Steiner hopes Grosjean will calm it down in 2018 (F1i)
"I told him we could hear him, but if you keep talking then we cannot talk to you. If you are on the radio all the time then how can we tell you what to do?"
Honda restructures its F1 operations (Reuters)
"An operating officer, yet to be named, will take charge of research and development at Sakura in Japan while Hasegawa remains executive chief engineer."
Team bosses' 2017 top 10 F1 drivers revealed (Autosport)
"It is Hamilton's fourth successive victory in the poll. Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who secured two wins this year, is 90 points adrift in second."
Vettel wants to be 'wiser' in future F1 title battles (Motorsport)
"A lot of the things that I did back then, they were right, but today thinking a bit different or just a bit wiser, I hope so, to allow me to do better."
Haas prioritising aero gains for 2018 (Racer)
"I don't really understand the aggressive (approach) in aero as everyone is trying to copy each other, what is fast. I don't think we are the team that want to be the geniuses out there that develops something and it doesn't work and we are at the bottom."
Marchionne and Maserati (Joe Blogs F1)
"There are rumours coming out Italy that Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne wants Haas F1 to take on Maserati sponsorship in 2018, along similar lines to the deal that was recently struck with Sauber for the team to be sponsored by Alfa Romeo."
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