In the round-up: A man accused of being a supporter of Islamic State is charged with terrorism offences including a bomb plot which targeted the Yas Marina circuit.
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Reem Island killer’s husband in Federal Supreme Court on terror charges (The National)
"On Monday, the court heard her husband plotted to bomb Yas Marina Circuit and Ikea, and planned to target buses as they carried tourists along the Corniche and attack an American military base in the country."
McLaren: Formula 1 costs needs a rethink (Motorsport)
"I would back Bernie (Ecclestone) and say if you cannot afford it, don't come. If you can afford it, then let teams do what they want."
Palmer is ready for F1 - Maldonado (Autosport)
"I think he is ready. I hope he pushes hard with me to put the team in a good place."
Sirotkin offered F1 test role for 2016 (F1i)
"If we find the required financial support, maybe I'll be a test driver in F1. There is an opportunity, and perhaps we're even closer to this goal than some others."
David Coulthard picks Alex Wurz as his F1 unsung hero of the year (The Telegraph)
"After every race he writes to Bernie Ecclestone, the sport’s chief executive, Jean Todt, the FIA president, and Charlie Whiting, the race director, to express the drivers’ feelings on the circuit or any accidents that have taken place."
No news on Schumi? Lawyer silences press (Wheels 24)
"The accident itself was an event of contemporary history and could be reported on. But there is no such requirement once the recovery starts and the public is excluded - it happened in a hospital and now at home."
Worst of 2015: Women in F1 (Crash)
"While Wolff did at least get out in a car on F1 weekends, running Friday practice sessions at several races to become the first female driver to take part in a grand prix meeting for 20 years, Jorda gained more TV time as pit-lane cameras sought her out to brighten up the quieter moments between action on track."
On this day in F1
Former F1 racer Guy Edwards turn 73 today. Sadly his son Sean, a successful Porsche sports car driver, was killed in a crash while instructing another driver in Australia two years ago.