In the round-up: Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the team has closed on Ferrari heading into the summer break.
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Horner: Red Bull making up ‘good ground’ on Mercedes, Ferrari (Crash)
"If we look at the four races (between Montreal and Silverstone) Ferrari have only outscored us by two points and we haven’t had 100 per cent reliability in those races. In the last few races we have made good ground."
Gene Haas 'really depressed' by size of gap to top F1 teams (Motorsport)
"From a competitive standpoint we’re all very equal, it’s just you have this group way out in front that we’re all struggling with."
Honda could deliver three more specs of engine (Racer)
"We are closing up the gap – but it is natural because we are the followers, so we should be."
Renault changed too much on engine for 2017 (Autosport)
"Abiteboul said Renault's reliability issues had been exacerbated by 'finger mistakes' while swapping out faulty components."
Kvyat: Patience key to improved results (ESPN)
"I believe that in general, we had many promising weekends, but we just didn't manage to get the maximal outcome. It was either technical issues, or I got in trouble during the first lap, which happened twice, what prevented us from scoring more points."
Rosberg: 'Bottas is the perfect driver mentally' (F1i)
"He might be the perfect driver mentally because he is able to just concentrate on himself, making him consistent and fast."
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