In the round-up: FIA race director Charlie Whiting has reportedly approved the Imola circuit as a potential future Formula One venue.
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Whiting gives Imola F1 circuit approval (GrandPrix.com)
"Now, Italy's authoritative La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that following an inspection by F1 race director Charlie Whiting, Imola has been given the necessary FIA circuit approval to host grands prix in future."
Kubica 'not on the list' for 2018 Renault seat (Motorsport.com)
Cyril Abiteboul: "At some point we will have to review options. If by then, Robert becomes an option, we can have a look. As we speak, he's not on the list. He has many more things he has to accomplish so that he could be on the list."
McLaren F1's Stoffel Vandoorne 'not in his happy place' - Magnussen (Autosport)
"I don't know why he is struggling. He's clearly not in his happy place because he wouldn't be half a second off."
Goodwood Festival: Central Feature to celebrate Bernie Ecclestone's contributions to motorsport (Telegraph)
"Bernie Ecclestone and his 'extraordinary' life in motorsport will form the basis of the feature, which traditionally takes pride of place on the main lawn in front of Goodwood House."
McLaren expect tough Azerbaijan GP as Honda woes continue (Sky)
"In Canada we were unable to fulfil any potential we showed during the weekend, and we anticipate that in Baku we will face a similar challenge due to the demands this circuit's characteristics place on the car."
IN WORDS: 'I believe our car is the fastest on the grid' – Toto (Mercedes)
"In terms of the car, we’ve joked about it being a bit of a diva. But it’s a good car – though sometimes it can be difficult. This is something we have to accept so that we can understand and appreciate the many positive characteristics that it has. I believe our car is the fastest on the grid and I wouldn’t want any other."
F1 and Le Mans partner to avoid date clashes (F1i)
Pierre Fillon: "We are demonstrating the new relationship between the ACO and Formula One. With Chase Carey at the top of F1, the time has come to work together on a motor sport calendar that allows fans to enjoy both Formula 1 and the races of the world endurance championship."
Opinion: Could McLaren join forces with Alfa Romeo? (Motorsport.com)
"There is a third option, one that it's easy to assume could never happen in a million years. McLaren and Ferrari, fierce rivals for over four decades, in bed together?"
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