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Sebastian Vettel: Halo has 'quite a bit of impact on visibility' (ESPN)
"'Not great,' he said when asked about the test. 'There is quite a bit of impact in terms of visibility. But it was just a standard check.'"
Drivers may lose tyre freedom for early-2017 (Autosport)
"At the moment having a fixed allocation is an idea, and it's a solution that makes sense."
QPR owner Tony Fernandes sued by racing driver Jarno Trulli over car and wages (Evening Standard)
"Former ace Jarno Trulli has issued a High Court writ against the football club boss alleging he is still owed £700,000 in wages and has not received the promised 2011 Team Lotus car."
Wehrlein, the Little Prince who would be king (Reuters)
"To arrive with a Manor in P10 is maybe a better result than to arrive with a Red Bull in P2."
Lewis Hamilton: Fourth F1 title win would be 'greatest achievement' (BBC)
"When I sit in the meeting, the first thing I say is: 'I am not going to stop being the racing driver. It is what you hired me to do, what I have grown to be.' Like Ayrton (Senna) said: 'If you are not going for a gap, you are no longer a racing driver.'"
Lewis Hamilton 'yelling in his helmet' during Practice for the British GP (Sky)
"Coming through Maggotts and Becketts then down through Stowe, I was actually yelling in my helmet, it was that exciting."
I'm not here to make up the numbers - Daniil Kvyat Q&A (F1)
"The new regulations should be in line with what I like - so it should be a perfect fit. I am not going through the easiest of periods right now, so it only can get better."
Grosjean: I was never 'desperate' for 2017 Ferrari drive (Motorsport)
"I've never hidden the fact I want to be world champion and drive for a big team. But I've discovered with Haas a very nice team, and we're doing a great job, so I'm proud to be part of that."
The Rosberg-Hamilton rivalry continues (Stefan Johansson)
"The IndyCar Push-to-Pass method is 100 percent better. Without DRS, the Hamilton-Rosberg incident would never have happened."
Grand Prix Diaries: Silverstone, British GP (The Motorsport and F1 Blog)
"Credible sourced in the paddock feel Niki Lauda is too smart to make such a statement knowing its repercussions, and that this blast seemed staged and way too convenient."
Vijay Mallya makes public appearance at F1 event in UK (The Times of India)
"In what has come as a major snub for Indian authorities who have been trying tooth and nail to get their hands on him, Vijay Mallya, head of the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines and an accused in a bank loan fraud case in India, today made a public appearance in the United Kingdom to attend the team bosses’ press conference ahead of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix."
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