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Zak Brown insists Fernando Alonso never gave McLaren any ultimatums about his future if they didn’t drop engine supplier Honda.
Pierre Gasly is hoping Honda come out of the starting blocks with a reliable engine as the teams have just eight days of pre-season testing in order to get up to speed for 2018.
Fr?d?ric Vasseur is adamant that Sauber are not becoming Ferrari’s B-team with their new 2018 deal, rather they are Alfa Romeo’s A-team.
Sebastian Vettel has every belief that Ferrari will “dig deep” in the off-season as they prepare to challenge Mercedes for the 2018 titles.
Paul di Resta feels it was perhaps his age, rather than his ability, that kept him from securing a Williams race-seat for this year’s championship.
American racing legend Dan Gurney has died at the age of 86 from complications related to pneumonia.
IndyCar driver Graham Rahal has strongly disagreed with Haas’s claim that no American drivers are ready for Formula 1 racing.
Pirelli boss Mario Isola does not believe there will be a return of teams being able to choose from various tyre manufacturers in Formula 1.
FIA president Jean Todt has said the proposal to bring in a budget cap will not be enough on its own to control costs in Formula 1.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes it is a “great thing” that the team can assess their options when choosing their next engine supplier.
Fernando Alonso has lavished praise on McLaren boss Zak Brown for his vision about how F1 and motorsport in general should be run.
Formula E boss Alejandro Agag has labelled Ferrari’s quit threat as a mere “negotiation tactic” and does not believe any branch of the Fiat company is heading to the all-electric series any time soon.