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Kubica says he can drive F1 car 'without any limitations' (Motorsport.com)
"It turned out that (driving an F1 car) is not as scary and remote as it seemed to be. I can even admit that an F1 car was one of the easiest machines to drive with my limitations after my accident."
Valtteri Bottas says strong form key to Mercedes Formula 1 future (Autosport)
"I think consistent performance. It's about delivering on the level where the car is, and helping with the development. It's about working as a team, and winning races, which normally is what a team requires."
Red Bull got 'recognizable' step from fuel supplier (Racer)
"But if you're looking at the engine design today, the go-forward for us is to optimize on the next fuel, which we think we can get something, and then we're going to prepare for another tweak. Then, next year is really a whole other slate that we can look at, because we're going to look at other products and other chemistries."
Wolff: Rosberg was 'vicious' in his battle with Hamilton (F1i)
"The vicious one. Nico just tried to use all the weapons he had... There were all the psycho games that you can play to destabilise your rival."
Daniel Ricciardo feels ‘conned’ because of an F1 myth (News.com.au)
"Actually, it was a bit of a con in the end, because the car weight kind of crept up and we couldn’t actually be that much heavier. I can tell you that my weight in Monaco was the same as I was last year."
Jack Harvey - My first Indy 500 drive and having F1 legend Fernando Alonso as a team-mate (Lincolnshire Live)
"I felt a little bit conflicted because while it was great Alonso was there and I felt proud to be his team-mate, the flip side was the person who was affected most by him being there was me."
Vijay Mallya set up 20 shell companies, reveals Enforcement Directorate (Times Now)
"The agency, in the charge sheet, has called Mallya the 'prime mover of the entire plot' and has described how funds obtained from the bank loan were allegedly routed illegally including 'substantial payments' being diverted by the beleaguered businessman to the Formula-1 car racing event abroad and others."
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