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Lewis Hamilton wary of Monaco repeat in Canada (ESPN)
"It's only the ultra-soft that's been an issue, so that's really what I have got to try and understand with the team this week."
Red Bull are improving but face 'big challenges', says Christian Horner (Sky)
"I'm a little worried about two weeks' time and four weeks' time because they're completely different challenges. The next three circuits for us are actually really tough."
Perez not 'reckless', insists Force India (Autosport)
"He overtook (Lance) Stroll, (Jolyon) Palmer, (Stoffel) Vandoorne, and tried on Kvyat. He probably overtook more than anyone (in this race), three of the four successfully."
Prost and Alesi chime in on Ferrari team order dispute (F1i)
"But everything was decided on the track. The team did nothing to favour a driver and I have nothing to add."
Lance Stroll on life as F1's freshman (Crash)
"I definitely think in Formula 3, the quickest guy, the guy that impressed me the most was Felix Rosenqvist. He was my team-mate in 2015 and he is a very good driver, but in Formula 1 there's a lot of competition and it's hard to pick out one name."
Newey defends Red Bull's Monaco pit strategy (Motorsport)
"It wasn't clear before the race which was more powerful, the undercut or the overcut. The undercut got the warm-up on the first lap, the overcut depends on you having more natural pace."
Notebook from the Maison de Kyoto (Joe Blogs F1)
"The other rumbling concern is the McLaren-Honda relationship with a major meeting taking place on the Friday. Everyone is being very tight-lipped about the outcome of these discussions."
The Secret Life of... Carlos Sainz (F1)
"Q: What’s the most embarrassing mistake you’ve ever made? CS: Spinning all by myself in one of my first races in Formula BMW. Nobody forced me into that stupidity – there was nobody around and I spun."
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