In the round-up: Former Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has continued his criticism of the management of the sport by his successors at Liberty Media.
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Bernie Ecclestone: 'It isn't proper to treat F1 like a fast-food restaurant' (Folha de S. Paulo)
"It isn't proper to treat F1 like a fast-food restaurant. That's the US standard. It's far below F1's. Everyone who has been involved in F1 for the last 40 years expects a higher standard."
Hamilton warned Vettel over 'disrespect' (Autosport)
"When I spoke to him later, I was like 'that's a sign of disrespect, so don't ever disrespect me like that again otherwise then we will have problems'"
Ferrari scuppered Red Bull's attempt to scrap three-engine limit (Motorsport)
"Ferrari made clear it would not back such a move on the grounds that it had already devoted time and resources to ensuring its engines were reliable enough to last the extra mileage."
Hartley doubts F1 chance would have happened without Le Mans win (Crash)
"I think without this moment, I’m sure also Formula 1 might not have happened."
How F1 payments work... (Joe Saward)
"Mercedes gets $685,000 for each win, Red Bull $1,830,000 per win, but Ferrari get a whopping $6 million per win."
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