In the round-up: Mercedes are preparing to lodge a formal appeal over Nico Rosberg’s post-race time penalty for breaching team radio regulations.
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Nico Rosberg F1 radio penalty: Mercedes considers appeal (Autosport)
"Mercedes has lodged its intention to appeal against the penalty handed to Nico Rosberg by the British Grand Prix stewards regarding its breach of Formula 1's radio communications restrictions."
Rosberg radio rule breach explained (Racecar Engineering)
"Rosberg was clearly not entirely certain on how to deal with the issue and asked the pitwall for clarification, and the engineer responded seemingly confirming Rosberg's suggested course of action and this seems to be outside of the rules."
Horner: Radio rule decision could set bad precedent for season (Motorsport.com)
"What will be interesting to see is the precedent that the stewards now come up with, because if if it just a five-second penalty or a reprimand, then it is all fair game for the rest of the year"
Hamilton 'blown away' by fans' 'love' after British GB win (BBC)
"It's mesmerising to see so many people so cheerful. Just seeing how positive everyone was, the constant love that's shown. I really feel like we did it together."
On the level (Autosport)
Bernie Ecclestone: "I feel sorry for the fans who will never have the chance to see these kind of circuits that we used to have."
Palmer explains lost tyre incident (F1i)
"When I pitted for slick tyres, I had a green light to go but the rear right wasn’t finished and I’d already started to leave the box."
Vettel: Halo needs more on-track testing (ESPN)
"Obviously you still have something in the middle, but you lose quite a bit on top of you, obviously you are not looking in the sky all the time when you go round, but I think it needs some further running."
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On this day in F1
Pedro Rodriguez, the first Mexican driver to win a round of the world championship, died on this day in 1971 following a sports car crash at the Norisring in Germany.