In the round-up: Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says winning in F1 as an engine supplier to a team, such as Red Bull, doesn’t interest him.
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Supplying Red Bull would have been 'dangerous' for Ferrari (ESPN)
"If someone says let's use Ferrari's engine so we can defeat Mercedes, I'm not interested in that argument."
Ferrari can push rules more than Mercedes - Wolff (Motorsport)
"We are not Ferrari, and we haven't been in the sport forever. Therefore, sometimes the way that you tackle regulations, or how you interpret regulations, can give you an advantage."
Button hopes Honda will copy Ferrari (Autosport)
"Whatever they found, it was massive and they took the fight to Mercedes on many occasions. It was good to see."
Wolff calls for sensible performance adjustments (F1i)
"Do we want to curtail someone who has built up a competitive advantage, and create an equality in the sense of entertainment? This is certainly one of the ways, but it was never done in Formula 1 like that."
John Surtees among Kent personalities recognised in New Year’s Honours List (Kent News)
"Formula One legend John Surtees has received a CBE to go with his OBE in the New Year’s Honours List."
Motorhead Hakone Hill Climb II (YouTube) VIDEO On this day in F1
Patrick Head, who designed some of the most successful Williams racing cars of the eighties and nineties, stepped down from the team four years ago today.