In the round-up: Max Chilton reveals he almost suffered the same fate as his former Marussia team mate Jules Bianchi at Suzuka two years ago.
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Former F1 star Max Chilton is looking to emulate David Beckham and conquer the USA (The Sun)
"I thank my lucky stars that it was not me. I had a very similar moment to him the lap before."
Honda's F1 boss opens up about team's 'rough' year (Nikkei Asian Review)
"During tests in the winter of 2014, we discovered there were a lot of other things we needed to address, such as the problem of cooling temperatures in excess of 1,000 C and regenerating heat energy. The three test runs we conducted before the season proved useless."
The tech changes that give Honda confidence for 2016 (Motorsport)
"We have changed the compressor and turbine for 2016. They will be a little bit bigger – but will still be inside the V-bank – with almost the same packaging."
Toro Rosso rast Sauber davon (Blick - German)
Toro Rosso hired 100 part-time staff to ensure the STR11 is completed in time for the new season following their late change of power unit supplier.
Lynn 'overdelivered' in 2015 - Williams (Autosport)
"Whether it is working in the simulator or with the guys in the composites, everything he has done, he has really outshone himself. The level of maturity for his age is quite impressive."
Ecclestone Holds The Keys To British Grand Prix Sale (Forbes)
"Bernie Ecclestone, the chief executive of Formula One auto racing, has confirmed to Forbes that the owners of Silverstone, the home of the British Grand Prix, would need his consent to sell the historic circuit."
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