In the round-up: Two Formula One fans allegedly bribed a security guard to gain access to the Singapore Grand Prix track.
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Singapore organisers investigating illegal race track entry, bribery claim (Channel News Asia)
"The post read: '3am in the morning. Bribed the security guard to let us onto the track. He not only agreed, he took the photo.'"
Renault will put McLaren back where it belongs - Eric Boullier Q&A (F1)
"Legally and contractually we are equal. But yes, the heart is big sometimes – and there are favours given."
Jim Clark Museum in Duns crosses funding finish line (BBC)
"Scottish Borders Council (SBC) has secured nearly £635,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund and will contribute a similar sum itself."
Renault aim to be in 'key' 2019 driver market, says Prost (Sky)
"It was very difficult to have Renault on one side and Honda on the other side with both Red Bull teams."
Racer and F1 engine builder Nicholson dies (Autosport)
"John Nicholson, who made one just grand prix start at Silverstone in 1975 but won two Formula 1 world championships as an engine builder, has died at the age of 75."
Mexico City’s F1 track escapes damage during huge earthquake (Motorsport)
"We released all our personnel from work so they can spend some time with their families, but the moment everybody is back we will continue with the setup of the circuit for the Grand Prix."
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