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Haas will score first F1 points early on in 2016, says Graeme Lowdon (Sky)
"It's a bad thing for us because we came through a different route, so in my view they're going to be points scoring pretty much straight away because that car is extremely well developed."
NASCAR understands what it wants to be, says Gene Haas F1 has more 'drama' than NASCAR, says Haas (Motorsport)
"In F1, you have these Strategy sessions when anybody can throw out any idea they want and then they vote on it. That is fundamentally different to NASCAR, where they listen to everybody and then say, 'here is what we are going to do'."
Bitte nicht das Rad neu erfinden (Auto Motor und Sport - German)
Mario Andretti tells F1 to avoid change for change's sake.
Lauda fears Singapore GP repeat (Autosport)
"The championship is not over because my worry is this next race at Sochi has Singapore-type asphalt."
Sochi: The Inside Line (Mercedes)
Paddy Lowe: "This was a tricky weekend last season, with a new circuit to learn and fresh tarmac which produced slightly unusual behaviour from the tyres."
Kvyat not concerned by Red Bull rumours (Crash)
"You are definitely more worried than myself about this! I have completely no problems about my future at the moment."
Reinauguran el Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez - Spanish)
First pictures of finished sections of the track which will hold the Mexican Grand Prix next month.
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On this day in F1
The European Grand Prix, held at Brands Hatch 30 years ago today, saw
Alain Prost clinch his first world championship title and Nigel Mansell score his first F1 victory.