In the round-up: The Formula One Strategy Group has again raised the possibility of having two shorter races per weekend instead of one.
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Changing F1 race weekends (Joe Saward)
"The main race would be shorter than is currently the case, with a limit of 90 minutes, which would logically mean a reduction from 300km to 200km, which would in turn mean that the cars would run the same overall racing distance over the race weekend as they do today."
Sylvester Stallone about helmet Ayrton Senna (YouTube)
Pirelli confirms line-up for Paul Ricard test (ESPN)
"Ferrari have opted to run Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen on either day, while Red Bull will alternate between Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat. McLaren is the only one of the three not using either of its senior drivers, with reigning GP2 champion Stoffel Vandoorne set to take the wheel for both days."
Pirelli wet test boosted by Austin (Autosport)
"At Austin we had our best wet-weather test we've had yet in our five years in the sport."
Vandoorne given 'no guarantees' on 2017 McLaren F1 drive (Crash)
"It is important to race something at least as it keeps you race sharp and fit. It gives you something to work for during the year, even if Super Formula does not have many races per year."
GP Monza, Sticchi-Damiani: Ecclestone voleva 28 milioni (Autosprint - Italian)
Ecclestone wants to increase Monza's race fee to €28 million (£21.14m).
Marciello on Ferrari split: 'Arrivabene just didn't like me' (Motorsport)
"We didn't work well together. So he decided that I was not the right person to be in Ferrari."
Uber partners with Airbus for Sundance helicopter rides (LA Times)
"Uber also partnered with Epic Helicopters in Austin, Texas, last year to transport people to the Circuit of the Americas the day of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix. The fare, which included an Uber ride to the helipad, was $400."
On this day in F1
Kimi Raikkonen had the first test since his comeback to F1 on this day in 2012, with Lotus.