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In the round-up: Ferrari use another filming day to put more mileage on the 150?é?? Italia.
Sergio Perez welcomes a return to circuits he’s familiar with in next week’s Turkish Grand Prix.
Nick Heidfeld says he’s “not a fan” of DRS.
Patrick Head will miss races to work on the reliability problems which have plagued Williams.
Toro Rosso have taken the unusual step of planning an upgrade for the STR6 for the Monaco Grand Prix.
In the round-up: The switch to four-cylinder engines in 2013 agreed last year could be revised.
Renault’s technical director James Allison says qualifying well is still important in 2011.
Caterham’s Anser Ali describes the Lotus deal as “unbelievably special”.
Mark Webber says the Turkish Grand Prix attracts few spectators because ticket prices are too high.
“All of a sudden everything might be peaceful in a month’s time.”
Lewis Hamilton says drivers will have to “work hard” to look after their tyres at Istanbul.
Tiff Needell’s F1 career is the stuff of obscure pub quiz questions.
In the round-up: Christian Horner thinks qualifying is less important in 2011.
Tony Fernandes says he drew motivation from Group Lotus’s attempts to “destroy” his team.
Fernandes says Lotus will “make F1 accessible through Caterham”.
Lotus has confirmed it has bought car manufacturer Caterham.
Sebastian Vettel could not have asked for much more from his championship title defence so far.
In the round-up: Mercedes expect to continue to perform at their Shanghai level.
Jaime Alguersuari says he isn’t concerned by the possibility of being replaced by Daniel Ricciardo.