In the round-up: Jenson Button says he may still return to F1 full-time as he prepares to drive in next week’s Monaco Grand Prix.
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Jenson Button refuses to rule out coming back to Formula 1 on full-time basis (The Independent)
"I can't rule it out. I have a contract with the team to race next year so I would definitely not rule anything out."
Alonso: F1 technology can boost Indy 500 victory bid (Motorsport)
"The level of sophistication we have in F1 is higher than IndyCar. So together with McLaren, we will go there with some people, a group of engineers, helping Andretti's team and maybe thanks to this different approach, the more scientific approach, I will have something extra."
How net guns and electronic jammers will foil drones (Daily Mail)
"Any drone posing a threat to life will be destroyed using the hand-held jammers. Security guards can fire a disruptive radio beam to interfere with the drone’s controls and navigation frequencies."
'Like driving on ice at 230mph' - Alonso's Indy 500 odyssey begins (BBC)
"When they first asked me, that was very emotional. It was, like, 'Wow.' You think: 'Jesus, it is one of the best drivers I have ever seen, a great champion.'"
Liberty Media makes the right noises for F1 in Spain, but not for Silverstone (The Guardian)
"We value Silverstone and we want the race to be a success and will work with them to help achieve that, but we won’t be redoing agreements that were previously concluded in good faith between two parties. Silverstone made money last year."
Red Bull says 75s deficit not a true picture (Autosport)
"Daniel (Ricciardo) didn't look as happy with his car this weekend as Max, but I am not suggesting that Max (Verstappen) would have been 20 seconds up the road."
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On this day in F1
- Nigel Mansell put his Williams on pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix today in 1987.