In the round-up: Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne calls on Bernie Ecclestone to make plans for how he will hand over control of Formula One when he is no longer able to run it.
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Ferrari boss: Ecclestone needs exit plan (Autosport)
"Ecclestone knows that he is not going to be there forever and maybe this is also connected to the future of FOM. The real challenge for Bernie is to get organised."
McLaren was right to pursue 'size zero' concept - Boullier (Motorsport)
"But in principle – if you want to beat Mercedes, you have to do something better. So the way we decided to design and work was to go another path. Over ambitious? I think it is too early to say it is."
Magneti Marelli working to pump up F1 volume (F1i)
"What the FIA has to do is to discuss the possibilities with the teams to find the correct balance between the increase of the sound and the loss of performance."
Colau reduce a la mitad la subvención al Circuit de Barcelona (Diario Sport - Spanish)
The Circuit de Catalunya's subsidy to fund the Spanish Grand Prix has been cut by the local government which has said F1 is not a priority.
Ones to watch in 2016: Lewis Cook, Josh Beaumont, Jack Catterall, Leah Williamson, Max Verstappen, Lewis Tierney, Hyeon Chung (The Independent)
"Seasoned observers believe that (Ferrari) renewed (Raikkonen's) contract for 2016 so they could await Verstappen’s availability in 2017."
Kamui×SF14 Time Attack (Toyota via YouTube)
Kamui Kobayashi takes 2.9 seconds off the Tsukuba lap record in a Super Formula car.
On this day in F1
Today is Michael Schumacher’s birthday. F1’s most successful driver of all time turns 47 today, just over two years since he suffered serious head injuries in a skiing accident.