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'Red Bull win pressurises McLaren' (Sky)
"We need to make sure we do our job on the chassis side because the engine can deliver wins as Red Bull prove. We need to match that performance with the chassis and that is a challenge for sure."
"I think our car will be in a much better position (in Japan), but Ferrari brought quite a big upgrade to the last race so it will be interesting to see that properly unleashed"
No big Marchionne changes at Ferrari - Vettel (Autosport)
"Knowing what is going on internally, there is no panic, no big plans as a reaction."
Hamilton promises to ‘prepare for war’ at Japanese Grand Prix (The Guardian)
"I don’t want to rely on fortune from the others’ misfortune,” Hamilton said. “Ultimately if it’s on personal performance from Sebastian, I’m not bothered about that."
Hamilton on the hunt despite F1 title lead (Reuters)
"Me and the car I think have lots of things in common - it’s got great potential but doesn’t always want to do what you tell it to do."
Hamilton position 'not comfortable at all' (BBC)
"I don't know if any of you guys can predict but I definitely can't predict what races are going to work and what are not. We thought we'd be stronger in the last race but we were way off but we still got pole and finished second."
'Starting from zero each year' detrimental to Honda - Alonso (F1i)
"Every single season we had to change the philosophy of the engine, we had to change the turbine position, we changed different things that slowed us a little bit too much in terms of development."
Alonso on Malaysia race 'Stoffel just did better' (Crash)
"Stoffel was better and maximised the car in qualifying, it was one-tenth-and-a-half but there were quite a few position in that and that had quite an impact on the first corner, meant I remained in groups behind the train of the leaders."
Renault working on 'magic' engine mode for 2018 (Motorsport)
"It is certainly very competitive on a Sunday, but there is clearly a bit missing on Saturday in qualifying. We don't have that sort of 'magic' qualifying mode, but we are working hard on it."
Think Hamilton has the world championship sewn up? A charging Red Bull should make you think again (The Independent)
"There’s a school of thought of late that the fight is over, with Hamilton those 34 points in front. In truth, if Red Bull can keep up their pace here and in succeeding races, the real fight might just be starting."
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