In the round-up: Chase Carey says that Formula 1 can no longer be run like a dictatorship.
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Chase Carey declares an end to Bernie Ecclestone dictatorship (Daily Telegraph)
"Sure, that is not a task for a committee, as committees tend to become bureaucratic – but there also can’t be a dictatorship – even if probably here they are used to it"
FIA: Procedures not followed when marshal was on Singapore GP track (Autosport)
"But it has emerged the marshal was instructed by a circuit official to head out onto the track after that final call was made and when the cars were approaching."
Lewis Hamilton is on the back foot in the title race, says Martin Brundle (Sky)
"He (Hamilton) didn't have the pace we sometimes see he has in a straight fight, which makes me think he hasn't got quite enough there at the moment."
Toto Wolff Q&A: Ricciardo's late pace staggering (Formula1.com)
"Our statistical tool told us that we would still have seven seconds when pitting – and then in two to three laps Daniel was going 3.5 seconds faster and the algorithm showed 'no gap any more'. That was some kind of wake-up call."
Verstappen: Team knew in advance start would be 'difficult' (Motorsport.com)
"Last night they discovered that the clutch wouldn’t bite well, but they weren’t allowed to change anything by the FIA because it wasn’t a structural problem and I was able to race with it."
Steiner dismisses Wolff's Gutierrez complaints (F1i)
"I think he’s a little bit of a punching ball at the moment, Esteban, because I think he was pretty good today and he was racing Massa, why should he get out of the way? You get out of the way when he needs to, but I think he was very fair today, I must admit."
Ferrari boss arrested, fined for discarding cigarette butt in the street (Times of Malta)
"Maurizio Arrivabene, the boss of the Ferrari formula one team, spent six hours in custody in Singapore after discarding a cigarette on the street, according to reports in various media."
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