In the round-up: Former F1 driver Max Chilton says he is surprised by how welcoming his rival drivers are after moving into IndyCar.
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Chilton goes from F1 tail-ender to 500 contender (Reuters)
"It is quite eerie how welcoming everyone is. I understand the team being welcoming but the drivers, I'm not use to that."
'It's no secret F1 is not an option' - Stevens (Racer)
"I spend a lot of time in the States, know quite a few people there, so IndyCar is an option."
Rossi: 'I'm still focused on F1, but I must race in 2016' (Motorsport)
"Asked about the rumoured deal with (IndyCar team) Andretti Autosport-Herta, Rossi said: 'We've had some discussions but we’re also looking at things in other disciplines, like WEC. We’re looking at all the options.'"
F1 nears 2017 rules judgement day (Autosport)
"If we build cars that are great on downforce, but you can't overtake anymore, and Pirelli has to put 35psi into the tyres to make them last, then the sport is not being helped in any way, so we need to find a reasonable approach."
Nico Rosberg is the new Harry Redknapp! (Sky)
"(Ferrari) are going to be a big threat so we need to keep pushing. Who knows where we are going to be first race."
McLaren-Honda announces new 10-year partnership with Richard Mille (McLaren)
"McLaren-Honda is delighted to announce a new long-term partnership with luxury watchmaking brand Richard Mille."
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The non-championship Australian Grand Prix at Lakeside was won by Graham Hill 50 years ago today.