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Kubica gives 'complete' display in test (BBC)
"Kubica told L'Equipe newspaper a return would present 'physically, no problem'."
Kubica drives 2017-spec car in Renault simulator (F1i)
"I was able to try the car in its configuration for this year."
Formula 1 take thinly-veiled swipe at Hamilton (The Independent)
"'We invited teams and drivers to join us at F1 Live London and we had a fantastic response from all the teams and 19 of the drivers,' a Formula One spokesperson said on Wednesday."
Lewis Hamilton upsets Formula One's owners by snubbing British Grand Prix promotional event and going on holiday (The Telegraph)
"Liberty are understood to have told Hamilton that his presence for this evening’s parade of F1 cars through the capital, expected to be watched by a quarter of a million people, was required."
Entscheidung noch im Juli (Auto Motor und Sport - German)
Porsche will decide this month whether to enter F1 when the new engine regulations come in.
F1 considers using gamers to trial new rules (Autosport)
"At the moment we are trying to understand what makes a good race: what is it that makes a great race. It is not just ovetaking. You can have a great race without overtaking."
Mayor: London could host GP (Sky)
"Some hurdles we'll have to overcome, but there's no reason at all why it can't be beyond the wit of us to organise an F1 race in London in the future."
Brawn: Next F1 engine won't be 'soft middle ground' (Racer)
"This is not widely known, but (Valtteri) Bottas got past (Lance) Stroll in Baku because he saved his battery up and used it on that last section. He used it tactically. Well, we should have all known that on the TV – it should have been something we demonstrated."
Verstappen won't be asked to support Ricciardo title bid (Motorsport)
"If he (Ricciardo) was within 15-20 points, it is a different story. But 64 points at not the halfway point of the season, you've got to be a fair optimist to start issuing team orders at that point."
Notebook from Trafalgar Square (Notebook from Trafalgar Square)
"When I asked him to explain what the supposed targets that Monisha Kaltenborn failed to meet, he told me to mind my own business. When he asked me to name my sources, I told him it was none of his business."
Nigel Mansell: Lewis Hamilton must secure British Grand Prix victory (Sporting Life)
"His team mate has won two races and out-qualified him on a number of occasions. The longer he does not get the job done, the more the pressure will build. Lewis needs the momentum to bounce back."
Who let the dogs out? Formula E boss might (Reuters)
Alejandro Agag: "I think Fanboost is not discussed any more. People have accepted that Fanboost is a great tool and particularly sponsors love Fanboost and the openness that it gives, the access and engagement with the fans and so on."
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