In the round-up: Bernie Ecclestone says the BBC could be forced to continue showing F1 next year.
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Bernie Ecclestone warns BBC Formula One broadcasting deal cannot be cut short (Daily Mail)
"The bottom line is that they are cutting back on all types of sport and if we really, really, really had to, we'd say 'you have got a contract and you better get on with it.' They can't leave the contract early."
F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone hails 'winner' Lewis Hamilton but fears for Mercedes if they suffer a blip (The Mirror)
"Ferrari have an incredible fan base, even when they lose. You don’t find that with Mercedes. If they begin to lose, then you’ll see what happens."
Red Bull 'spooked' manufacturer rivals (Autosport)
"Niki Lauda tried his hardest to make it happen and unfortunately Toto was particularly un-keen to see Mercedes power in the back of a Red Bull car."
Guenther Steiner speaks to Sky Sports (Sky)
"Mr Haas has not decided yet (what colour the cars will be). I think it's a very personal decision."
Law change only way to save Monza, says Italy chief (Motorsport)
"In our case, it will be the sport federation's public money. In other parts of the world, national governments provides public money – because it is unthinkable that every event can pay what Bernie Ecclestone demands."
World Championship Grand Prix Grid Cars For Sale by Private Treaty (John Pye Auctions)
"The four cars will be available for sale by private treaty with John Pye’s Luxury Assets department upon instruction from a private collector. The grid cars, all with F1 competition provenance, are from the Virgin Marussia Formula Team and form part of an impressive collection spanning 2010 to 2013 F1 Grand Prix Seasons."
My biggest race: Roberto Moreno (F1i)
"I said: 'Get out of my f**king car, you w**ker! Get out of my f**king car. I don’t want to talk one more word with you. Get the f**k out of my car!'"
On this day in F1
Ten years ago today Fernando Alonso’s original move to McLaren was announced, over 12 months before it happened. The reigning world champion went on to win won another championship with Renault in 2006 before joining his new team.