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F1 qualifying U-turn likely by Bahrain GP after new system lambasted (Sky)
"'There is a will (to change it),' Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said on Saturday night in Melbourne."
Formula 1 set to abandon new qualifying after Australian Grand Prix (BBC)
"After Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg qualified at the front at Albert Park, Ecclestone said: 'If we go back, Mercedes would be first and second.'"
F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone vows to bin disastrous new qualifying format (The Guardian)
"Bernie Ecclestone, the sport’s CEO, described the new system as 'pretty crap' and said it could be changed before the next race, in Bahrain on 3 April."
Massa: “They never listen” Drivers might be listened to now - Massa (Autosport)
"They never listen or they listen very little. I have years of F1 experience."
Kimi Raikkonen not convinced gap to Mercedes is 'real picture' (ESPN)
"Once we go to the next races and normal circuits and hopefully more normal conditions then we'll see the real picture. Obviously they are very fast but I don't think we should be too worried."
Palmer surprised by McLaren progress (F1i)
"I wish they (McLaren) were closer. They've actually found a lot of performance compared to what we thought."
F1 drivers prohibited from throwing visor tear-off strips on track (Motorsport)
"There was no official explanation as to why the matter has come up now, but sources have suggested it is related to teams being unhappy about the risk of the tear-off strips getting lodged in car parts and causing problems."
Here’s What Cord-Cutters Can Do to Follow Formula One (Motherboard)
"In the US, unless you subscribe to cable, watching the drama of the upcoming Formula One season unfold live is all but impossible."
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