In the round-up: Zoran Stefanovic, the man behind the unrealised Stefan GP team, has spoken about his plans to enter an all-new Formula One team for 2019.
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One-time Stefan GP boss Zoran Stefanovic plans F1 team for 2019 (Autosport)
"I am here to meet Ross Brawn because I am setting up an F1 team based in Italy. Before coming to Austria I've put together some very important agreements: I defined that it will be based in Parma, which is located a reasonable distance from the wind tunnel."
Marchionne sends 'laggard' Raikkonen a warning (Reuters)
"I think Kimi has got to show a higher level of commitment to the process. There are days when I think he's a bit of a laggard, but we'll see. I am going to talk to him today, we'll see what happens."
Raikkonen says he's doing his best after Marchionne criticism (Motorsport.com)
"My team wants to do well, and I can only do the best that I can. It's not like I'm not trying. Unfortunately it's not been very straightforward sometimes, but that's part of the plan and we keep pushing and I'm sure things will work out better."
F1 chief says Silverstone contract break wouldn't prejudice future prospects (Sky)
Sean Bratches: "We've had ongoing conversations with our friends at Silverstone and from our perspective, this is all about the fan. We don't want to do anything that would prejudice the fan."
Valtteri Bottas hails 'start of my life' in Austrian Grand Prix (ESPN)
"I think that was the start of my life! I was just really on it today. It was good."
‘I needed one more lap for victory’ - Vettel (Formula1.com)
"I think I needed one more lap because he was really struggling to get up the hill. Obviously I wanted to win, but nevertheless a good result."
Blisters are bad: What we learned from the Austrian Grand Prix (Telegraph)
"With so much discussion about new circuits and saying 'goodbye' to favourites like Malaysia, one has to wonder if Austria is a venue the season can do without."
F1's new engine ushered in a year early? (F1i)
"But Germany's Bild is reporting that if all engaged parties agree, a new engine could power F1 earlier than expected. 'The FIA, teams and manufacturers could agree to bring in the new engine from the 2020 season,' wrote Bild."
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