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Red Bull 'ahead of schedule' with new car (GP Update)
"It's not going to be extraordinary, but they've made some gains – it's very positive."
GP3 racer likens F1 dream to ‘blowing money down the drain’ (F1i)
"I think the F1 option is completely dead; it’s all about money. There are people racing in GP3 this year who are throwing £8million at an F1 seat."
Felipe Massa believes Williams can win an F1 race in 2016 (Sky)
"(Bottas) was maybe talking about moving to Ferrari and at that time I was better than him. But he knows the best way to get to a team like Ferrari is to be competitive."
Felipe Massa: 'It’s impossible to be so happy when you finish third' (Adam Cooper's F1 Blog)
"I would say the engine we are using is a similar engine to (the works) Mercedes, which is the best engine in F1, but Ferrari caught up really a lot."
Mercedes have 'chinks in their armour', says Symonds (Reuters)
"I’m not an optimistic person but I know the improvements we’ve made to the car are greater than we made last year."
McLaren backs 'size zero' packaging (Autosport)
"You have to remember that Formula 1 five years ago was free to develop, but we are not any more."
Refuelling would not be as significant in modern F1 - Damon Hill (ESPN)
"The last few years have been using two thirds of the fuel that they used to use in the past. So fuel is always going to be significant but it's not nearly as significant as it used to be in the days when it used to be 180kg in the car."
Symonds 'strongly opposed' to refuelling (F1 Hub)
"I think recent evidence has shown that it detracts a lot from the racing."
New Williams 'biggest evolution yet' - Smedley (Motorsport)
"You're going to see some quite interesting developments around the front wing area and underneath the chassis."
Sid Watkins Lecture 2016 (Track is Live)
"He mentioned Michelle Mouton, the rally driver who fought Walter Röhrl and who now presides over Todt’s own Women in Motorsport commission, with a kind of dismissive tone, and imagined a female tennis player attempting to beat a male."