In the round-up: FIA safety delegate Charlie Whiting has visited the Buenos Aires circuit in Argentina and given feedback on how it could be made F1-ready.
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Whiting evaluates Buenos Aires track (Autosport)
"He made clear to organisers the areas of the circuit that require improvement and upgrading to comply with the standards (FIA Grade 1) required to host a race."
Why Mercedes couldn't resist Formula E (ESPN)
"It attracts totally different audiences to what traditional motorsports do, and in our strategy, we cover the global platform that is Formula One and we cover the start-up that Formula E is today, in order to learn about it, how it develops and maybe that Lotus Elise is going to become a serious motorsport player in five years."
The role of Pirelli testing in Ferrari's resurgence (Motorsport)
"Long after it became apparent that Ferrari had come to the conclusion that focussing on its race drivers was a good idea, Mercedes resolutely stuck to using Pascal Wehrlein, at that time a Manor driver."
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