Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, November 18.
Monday morning's headlines:
Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc summoned for crisis talks after collision
The warring drivers crashed out with five laps remaining as they diced for fourth position. Read more.
Governor says Sao Paulo to sign new ten-year F1 deal
Sao Paulo's mayor is confident the city will keep the Brazilian grand prix. Read more.
Gasly showed 'class' and 'talent' in Brazil - Marko
A podium in Brazil is "proof" that Pierre Gasly is a talented Formula 1 driver. Read more.
Signing Kubica for 2020 'would be great' - Szafnauer
Team boss Otmar Szafnauer has confirmed that Racing Point is also pushing to sign up Robert Kubica for 2020. Read more.
Ferrari missing 'little' for 2020 title - Barrichello
Ferrari is missing "very little" in order to charge for the world championship in 2020. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton apologises to Alex Albon for costly collision
The Mercedes driver took the blame for the coming together in Brazil. Read more.
Result: Ferraris collide as Max Verstappen wins in Brazil
World champion Lewis Hamilton took the flag in third but was handed a five-second penalty, dropping him to seventh. Read more.