In the round-up: Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn reveals Bernie Ecclestone did not tell F1?s smaller teams how much extra money he was giving to the largest teams when they made their commitments to compete in F1.
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Kaltenborn: Ecclestone understands EU complaint (Crash)
“When it is said we knew what we were signing into it, we knew there were some preferential terms, but the entire scope or scale of all these privileges, actually we only recently became aware of it through the media.”
Watch as Nigel Mansell answers your questions (Sky)
Asked what’s the first thing he would do if he took over from Bernie Ecclestone, Mansell said: “I would get more cars in Formula One, I would make it a bit easier for the teams at the back to have a bit more finance.”
Power unit development will be relaxed next year
In-season engine development for 2016 (Autosport)
“The amount of tokens available will remain at 32, with the areas that were due to be blocked off for development – upper/lower crankcase, valve drive, part of the crankshaft, air-valve system and ancillaries drive – remaining open.”
Ecclestone still pushing for alternative engine for Red Bull (Motorsport)
“The two alternatives he has been considering in recent months are a return to pre-2014 V8s – with Renault or Cosworth as the possible sources – or the use of a 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6, with a simple KERS package.”
Mark Webber uber Red Bull: ‘Fallbeil ist aufgestellt’ (Speedweek – German)
Mark Webber warns “The guillotine is ready at Red Bull but I hope it does not fall”.
Formula One needs Ferrari to be stronger in 2016 – Lewis Hamilton (ESPN)
“I anticipate Nico will continue to push, but of course I hope we do have a race with the Ferraris, I think it would be good for the sport.”
Tost: Renault and Honda will catch up (F1)
“I expect them to be much closer next year. I am convinced that they have the resource and know-how to close the gap.”
Red Bull ‘must stay’ in F1 – Lauda (F1i)
“They should stay, the most important thing is they must stay.”