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Claire Williams: Critics should be 'kinder' to Lance Stroll and cut him some slack (ESPN)
"If you look at other drivers that are currently in our sport, the Vettels, the Raikkonens, those guys all had similar starts to their rookie years in Formula One. So people need to cut Lance some slack, if that was my one message that's what I would do and ask people to be a bit kinder to him."
Formula One wants more than 21 races a year (Reuters)
"Next year... there is a weekend where the Wimbledon final and World Cup final take place on the same day. It would be sub-optimal to have the British Grand Prix on that day. It’s a tight schedule."
Tony Kanaan dresses down not-so-humble Lewis Hamilton (F1i)
"The guy (Hamilton) competed in a two-car world championship last year and was second, so I don't think he can say much."
Mallya 'disappointed' with Haas views on F1 income (Motorsport)
"For Haas to make such a profound statement, I obviously found that to be disappointing."
Better quality of sound 'essential' for next F1 engine, says Wolff (Autosport)
"With 2020, when we do the new engines, quality of sound should be an essential part. It is very important."
Ex-McLaren CEO Capito returns to Volkswagen (Racer)
"Jost Capito, who left his role as chief executive officer of McLaren Racing in February after just five months in the job, is returning to Volkswagen."
Long Beach Grand Prix should turn back to Formula 1: Guest commentary (Press-Telegram)
"Formula 1 will cost the same as IndyCar, period. Formula 1’s new owner is interested in increasing Formula 1’s presence in the United States, which means that rights fees will be reasonable. We have had extensive discussions with Formula 1, and it will be an economical proposition in Long Beach."
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