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Red Bull could swap Verstappen-Kvyat as early as Spanish GP (Motorsport)
"It has emerged that one idea being evaluated is an immediate seat swap – which would mean Verstappen getting promoted from the Toro Rosso team, with Kvyat moving to Toro Rosso."
Lauda unimpressed by 'utterly silly' Kvyat (F1i)
"If I were Vettel, I would kill him."
Honda's Yusuke Hasegawa questions plans to artificially increase F1 noise (ESPN)
"I don't see that we need to introduce some sort of artificial sound machine but if FOM wants to introduce that, we have to follow. But personally I don't see the benefit of that one."
F1 race director: safety measures must be adopted despite driver opposition (The Guardian)
"You only have to have an accident to see that it is dangerous. There is nothing better than to see a driver get out of an incredibly damaged car like we saw with Fernando Alonso (in Australia)."
Sauber gets latest Ferrari engine for Spain (Autosport)
"The move provides a boost to the team as it is struggling financially and will not introduce any aerodynamic updates for the Spanish GP."
Red Bull: Wins still a realistic aim for 2016 (F1)
"If the figures are right it should put us back in a situation where we can win races again on circuits like Budapest and Singapore - tracks that don’t have long straights."
'Jenson Button very nearly joined Williams for 2016' (Sky)
"You could speculate that that was the case, that Williams kept their options open and didn't take Valtteri's (option) up. It wasn't until Jenson was announced as a McLaren driver that Valtteri was then announced as a Williams driver."
Copy of Michael Schumacher's Contract (Imgur)
Michael Schumacher's 1993 Ford contract.
McLaren & Me: Stefan Johansson (McLaren)
"His dash went down, so they ran off my car – I had to report back on the radio on fuel consumption and everything else. It was one of those races where if I hadn't played the game I would have had a chance to win, but hindsight is always 20:20!"
Road safety campaigner David Coulthard caught speeding at 110mph on French motorway (Daily Record)
"If he had been clocked at just one mph more, he would have lost his licence immediately, said the police source."
Martin Brundle joins United Autosports for Le Mans LMP3 race (United Autosports)
"After 158 Formula One race starts, with manufacturers such as McLaren, Jordan, Brabham, Tyrrell and Williams, Martin will be reunited with the Ligier brand, with whom he raced in Formula One in 1993 and 1995."
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