In the round-up: Lotus CEO Matthew Carter says the team are still working on a possible Mercedes-engined 2016 car design as their Renault takeover deal has not yet been finalised.
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Matthew Carter Q&A: Lotus highly confident of Renault deal (F1)
"We have two options for an engine next year: either we go with Mercedes or Renault. We are progressing along that route. We’ve got two designs for next year’s car and we are pushing forward with both options."
Formula 1, Marchionne: 'La Red Bull non avrà il nostro stesso motore' (La Gazzetta dello Sport - Italian)
Sergio Marchionne described the FIA's proposal for a cap on the price of customer engines as 'obscene'
Ferrari offers Red Bull new engine idea (Motorsport)
"The company is available to provide engineering and production services for an engine in a separate project for Red Bull, where Ferrari can commit to provide all its best in terms of engineering and give the chance to Red Bull and other manufacturers to have these engines."
Mistakes were made with engine rules (Autosport)
"The way it is written, you cannot supply more than a certain number which is three but it isn't written a minimum figure of teams you have to supply."
Jolyon Palmer Q&A (F1i)
"Technically yeah it should be enough to be GP2 champion but there’s the reality that it’s not, now. So Formula One has always been with drivers coming in with big sponsors, that’s not changed, but I think there are less drivers coming in without anything now."
Powering F1 for the future: Can budget engines bring value to F1? (Sky)
"Getting a precise equivalency with the current engines would, however, be close to impossible. "
On this day in F1
Happy birthday to Eddie Irvine who is 50 today!