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Ecclestone says Formula One 'happy' with Melbourne (Australian Grand Prix)
"'We need 10 more Ricciardos,' Mr Ecclestone added."
Fernando Alonso says McLaren will be his final team in Formula 1 (Sky)
"We are getting closer and closer and we will see after 2017 if I stay with McLaren or I stop in Formula One. I don't think I will switch teams anymore."
Lewis Hamilton could race for another 10 years but full-on social life may take its toll on Mercedes star, fears David Coulthard (Daily Mail)
"You have to ask where his energy is going. He splits his time between F1 and being a global star - his car and his music. We're all waiting to see when the album will drop."
Mark Webber: Speed increase meaningless if drivers aren't on the limit (ESPN)
"The weight, they've got to keep an eye on that. You've got categories like that one I'm in now, we're right there (with F1 cars on weight) and we can (push) all day long, actually for 36 hours we can do in race trim."
Webber: F1 must give Halo more time (Motorsport)
"I carried Justin Wilson's coffin, I don't want that to happen again but... you take that (Halo) system to Eau Rouge as well, the viewing, we know with the sportscar it's very tricky to see in certain corners and profiles."
Banks ask Supreme Court to ban Vijay Mallya from overseas travel (Reuters)
"A group of banks asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to restrain the founder of Kingfisher Airlines, liquor baron Vijay Mallya, from leaving the country because of the hefty debt the now defunct company owes, two lawyers said."
McLaren boosted by test programme (Autosport)
"Last year we couldn't do anything on the car. Checking nothing, actually. At least this year we went through a lot - job list, to-do lists, and check lists."
Alonso: Honda cures unreliability but pace unknown (Crash)
"Some days some of the top times they seem reachable, some other days they seem unreachable. A little bit confused with the performance of everybody else and ourselves as well."
Marko - Red Bull targeting third place in 2016 (F1)
"From mid-season onwards our power unit situation should improve - and that makes me believe that P3 should be feasible."
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