In the round-up: Christian Horner doubts his former driver Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will ever team up together.
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Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel will never be team-mates, says Christian Horner (The Telegraph)
"It could be very, very divisive. You’ve always got one who is elated and one who is p------ off."
Lauda says new F1 qualifying format 'stupid' (Motorsport)
"The new format seems stupid. I am part of the Strategy Group and Ecclestone came up with the idea that it would be necessary to change something in the fight for pole position in order to make it more competitive."
Haas to take more control from Ferrari (Autosport)
"If anything is less than perfect, unfortunately they (Ferrari) are very cautious about taking these engines and putting them on the track."
Vijay Mallya's date with Indian investigators clashes with F1 opener (Reuters)
"A senior official from the Enforcement Directorate, said last week that Mallya had been summoned for questioning this Friday as part of an investigation related to one of the bank loans."
Fernando Alonso has 'more talent in little finger' than 2015 rivals - Mark Webber (ESPN)
"There is nothing worse than having non-finishes. It is horrible for a driver to go through that effort, and you don't even see the chequered flag."
Victoria didn't steal Formula One grand prix, claims Jeff Kennett (Sydney Morning Herald)
"It wasn't a money thing. Bernie Ecclestone was offended that the people of South Australia, through their elected leaders, had vacillated, were not expressing confidence in his event."
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On this day in F1
The 1981 season began on this day 35 years ago with a victory for reigning champion Alan Jones at Long Beach in a one-two with Williams team mate Carlos Reutemann.