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Honda delays Canada upgrade to last minute (Racer)
"Until Thursday (before Canada) I can't decide. Already, we have had some performance factor, but if it is very small, it's not worth changing engine for the next one."
Kubica set for first F1 test since accident (Autosport)
"On Tuesday, he is set to join Renault F1 test driver Sergey Sirotkin for his first seat time in a grand prix car for more than six years, driving Renault's show car, which is a Lotus E20 chassis from 2012."
Toro Rosso would be 'more than happy' to keep Sainz, Kvyat (Motorsport)
"We will see what Red Bull decides, but if they will stay with us I think the complete team would be more than happy."
Targeting F1 points ASAP the wrong approach - Stroll (Crash)
"I don't look at Canada and say I need to finish in the points because that would be the wrong approach."
Pirelli would not fear a rival tyre supplier in F1 (F1i)
"Provera insisted however that the teams' current preference was for F1 to have just a single tyre supplier."
Understanding the Mercedes diva: Can this W08 really win an F1 title? (Sky)
"Next we go to Montreal which is essentially a selection of low speed, low grip corners connected by long straights. Not ideal for Mercedes on paper."
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