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Hamilton grateful to see rival Vettel making mistakes (The Independent)
"It is great to have seen some of the weaknesses this year and I'm grateful for his recent one."
F1 working on exhaust microphone to pump up TV volume (Reuters)
"He’s working with a German concern to develop a ceramic microphone that we can actually adhere to the exhaust pipe to get the true amplification of sound for fans."
Honda to limit McLaren penalties (Racer)
"Previously we just prioritised the performance improvement, because any improvement is continuing for next year, so we didn't need to hesitate to introduce upgrades. But now we won't be working together with Stoffel (Vandoorne) and Fernando (Alonso) next year, that means we want to concentrate on this year's results for McLaren."
Teams 'getting nothing' over F1's future (Autosport)
"The engine programme should be finalised because that is the cornerstone of the cost control programme."
Verstappen: Red Bull unlikely to win again in 2017 (Speed Cafe)
"I didn’t do anything wrong myself and it’s just been a year where everything goes wrong on Sunday."
Berger denies Mateschitz's retreat from F1 (F1i)
"It's a difficult time now, but you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Honda coming to Toro Rosso is the start."
Force India losses increased in 2016 despite bigger income (Motorsport)
"Newly-issued accounts for the 2016 calendar year show that the Silverstone team generated income of £77.1m, up from £64.2m in 2015. However, the losses increased from £6.8m to £11.6m."
Which of these classic Malaysia races do you want to watch in full? (F1)
"This year F1 bids a fond farewell to Malaysia with the 19th and final Grand Prix at Sepang. To mark the occasion we'll be making one classic race available to watch, in full, online for 19 days."
F1 Will Die Before It Has a Woman Champion (Stand Up)
"F1 is supposed to be at the cutting edge. The whole philosophy of the sport is about relentless progression, and yet the governing body is trying to hold the sport back from true progress."
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