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Marchionne warns: 'Anyone who doesn't bring results should leave' (Motorsport)
"Anyone who doesn't bring results should leave. That is a rule that applies to everyone – even me."
Verstappen's driving 'refreshing but dangerous' - Wolff (F1i)
"It reminds me of Lewis (Hamilton), it reminds me of Ayrton Senna and you can clearly see that some guys around here are starting to think twice how to overtake him."
F1 urged to close engine penalty loophole - Mercedes (Autosport)
"So this time around we decided to take more engines on board and put them on stock. But the system is far from perfect, and it sounds a bit ridiculous. We should probably close that loophole."
Nico Hulkenberg bemoans timing of red flag at Spa (ESPN)
"I wouldn't call it an incident (with Fernando Alonso in the pits), that's just racing. It's what we all want to see."
My Race Weekend Diary: Jenson Button - Sunday (McLaren)
"I have a shower, eat breakfast, and then usually watch the other categories – it’s always interesting to see the starts, turn one, turn two, and get an idea of where cars could be."
Button Considering Other Options in F1 - and Elsewhere (The New York Times)
"I will do something where I can compete. Whether it is racing or something else we will see."
British Grand Prix's future is in doubt after collapse of Silverstone deal, admits Bernie Ecclestone (The Independent)
"I don’t know what is going to happen there. Somebody is going to have to step in and save it."
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James Hunt won the Dutch Grand Prix 40 years ago today – on his 29th birthday.