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Max Verstappen on the art of overtaking (ESPN)
"Racing should be pure like in Moto GP. (We need) real fighting that looks good for the TV as well."
Formula 1 returns, but will changes make it be better? (BBC)
Alexander Wurz: "If there is just one amazing overtake in a race, that delivers much more energy and emotion to the consumer than five DRS fly-bys."
Sauber will bring up the rear, says founder (F1i)
"When I look at the years after BMW, 2012 was the last really good season and after that it became difficult because of the lack of financial resources."
Brawn: F1 must avoid 'Mexican standoff' (Autosport)
"The elephant in the room, we all know, is distribution of funds, and the discussions need to start on that so that everyone knows where everyone stands and we can start to find solutions."
Daniel Ricciardo: ‘If there is friction with Max at Red Bull, that’s part of the game’ (The Guardian)
Christian Horner: "We are not going to create some enormous rule book for each and every scenario. The rules of engagement are clear."
Bernie Ecclestone urges critics to lay off Lewis Hamilton (Sky)
"What worries me a little bit is if Lewis suddenly thinks to himself 'I tell you what I'm going to do, I've had enough people criticising me, I'm going to be on pole in every race, win every race, and stop at the end of the year'."
Tech insight - Mercedes' rapid pre-season evolution (F1)
"With so many new parts appearing on the Mercedes over the course of testing, do not be surprised if the W08 that takes to the track in Melbourne this Friday is very different again."
Renault says manufacturers should be F1's 'main players' (Motorsport)
"Without the car makers like Mercedes, Ferrari, (Honda) and ourselves – because we are the only ones who are developing engines and investing money – there's not going to be a show."
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