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I live as hard and fast as I can (Men's Health Australia)
"There is a template that someone invented for a racing driver. You have to be a square and it into a box and the shape is ‘boring as fuck’. Don’t do anything but live and breathe racing. Don’t enjoy, don’t smile."
Brawn willing to work with MotoGP on F1 calendar (Reuters)
"I like the heritage of a race. I think an hour 40, an hour 45 is a great period for a race. And that’s traditionally what we’ve had. I think it’s a good time period."
Wolff: Mercedes could make a bid for Alonso for 2018! (F1i)
"I fully trust Valtteri, but there are many possibilities for 2018. Then there will be a big change in 2019 when all the great drivers will be available."
McLaren admits strategy hampered Alonso (Autosport)
"The problem with looking at race traces, when you can see the whole thing after it happened, it's very much easier to say, 'Well if I'd known that...'"
From Spanish success to Monaco updates - Q&A with Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn (F1)
"Major parts that should also lead to a performance gain are planned for the Monaco weekend. After that the next ones should be Austria, Silverstone and Budapest."
Hamilton gives up on drinks bottle to save weight (Motorsport)
"I don't carry drinks in my car either to save weight, so I'm not having a drink through the race. And then at the end, I used everything I had left when I jumped into my team and my heart rate hit the ceiling."
Vandoorne: Massa clash due to 'embarrassing' pace (Racer)
"He was so far behind and I was using all the tools I had to be as quick as possible at the end of the straight, so for him to be there was quite embarrassing."
McLaren boss Zak Brown on the future of Formula 1 (Campaign Live)
"As long as the reduction of TV audience is replaced with a good spike in consumption in other media, it’s not a loss of audience, it’s a shift to other forms. We are not losing consumers, just having consumers consume in a different way."
Ruth Buscombe: ‘F1 drivers don’t care if a woman or a chipmunk calls the shots’ (The Guardian)
"I used to play all the F1 games and it was noticeable that all of the characters are men. At school I had teachers trying to dissuade me from doing engineering, not because I wasn’t good at it but they were questioning whether I really wanted to be doing it. That is most important to change."
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