In the round-up: Lewis Hamilton has attracted further criticism over his claims Fernando Alonso’s performance in qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 shows the series has a low standard of competition.
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Rahal, Hinchcliffe scoff at Lewis Hamilton's jabs at IndyCar (Motorsport)
"It's funny hearing criticism about the depth of our field from someone who has to race three other cars, when we have seven winners in the first seven races. It shows how competitive this series is, the parity between the manufacturers, between teams, just how difficult it is to win one of these races."
McLaren hitting 95% aero upgrade success rate (Autosport)
"The correlation is amazing. We have 95% of what we were expecting, so this is brilliant."
Barrichello looks forward to Le Mans debut (FIA)
"The fact that I have done Monaco and I have done Indianapolis, I think Le Mans is something that is important to do as well as part of my career too. Most importantly is the fact that I love what I do."
The engine that rewrote F1 history (ESPN)
"Tearing the car apart, the mechanics discovered that Clark's sensitivity had been acute enough to feel the effect of a ball-race beginning to break up inside the right-rear hub."
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On this day in F1
- Enzo Ferrari won the first race on the streets of Modena today in 1927, driving an Alfa-Romeo.