"It’s quite a can of worms. A two-tier championship would be very difficult to operate. There would be so many different challenges for equalisation and this would be exceedingly difficult with engines of different characteristics."
"I definitely want to race something next year, but what it will be we don’t know yet. There’s definitely some options though, and we’re talking about them. I’m going to be test and reserve driver at McLaren anyway, which is a good position to be in."
"Romain Grosjean insists he signed for Haas without any assurances from the Maranello hierarchy that he'd leap to the front of the queue to replace Raikkonen if he was willing to do the hard yards to bring respectability to Ferrari's 'B team' in 2016."
"We always encourage every single person at Williams to innovate, and we do that through enablement (sic). That means enabling them to go about doing their job without a load of bureaucracy. And also without a load of middle-managers coming in and needing to have sign-off and approval for this and that."
"There are two conditions that must both be met in order for the veto to be used: 'The exercise of the right of veto is not prejudicial to the traditional values of the championship and/or the image of the FIA' and 'Ferrari reasonably considers that the new regulations are likely to have a substantial impact on its legitimate interest'."
"Mr Revill had been working for the past six years as a Formula 1 technician, working with teams such as Red Bull, Mercedes, Force India and Marussia, but due to the extent of his injuries he is unable to return to work."
Kevin Magnussen and Oliver Turvey tested a Porsche 919 LMP1 World Endurance Championship car at the Circuit de Catalunya yesterday. Magnussen called the Le Mans 24 Hours-winning machine “probably the most advanced race car in the world at the moment”.