- Toto Wolff has conceded he may “spontaneously” decide to step away from his role as motorsport boss at Mercedes when he feels the time is right, though he insists it will not be soon (GPFans

"As long as I enjoy the competition and honesty of the stopwatch, I will continue,” said Wolff.

“But I may decide spontaneously that somebody else can carry the baton better, be quicker, more agile, refreshed than me, but not yet.”

- Daniel Ricciardo has set his sights on fighting for the F1 world championship with McLaren in 2024 (AutoHebdo

- Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz says the experience of racing against the likes of Max Verstappen, Lando Norris and current teammate Charles Leclerc has made him believe that he “can take on anyone” (Auto Motor und Sport

- Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso says criticism he received on his return to F1 was a “blessing” because he knew it was only a matter of time before he got up to speed and started performing at a competitive level (F1.com

- Haas boss Guenter Steiner expects his driver line-up of Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin to remain unchanged heading into the 2022 F1 season (Sky Sports

- Thousands of fans with tickets for the returning Dutch Grand Prix have been told they will not be allowed to attend the race in September, with one third of the 100,000 tickets sold per day unable to be issued (Algemeen Dagblad)

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