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Monday's Formula 1 news roundup: Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Mattia Binotto

Monday's Formula 1 news roundup: Vettel, Hamilton, Binotto
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, December 2.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, December 2.

Monday morning's headlines:

Mercedes tests for Russell 'not a trial' - Wolff
Toto Wolff has played down the significance of a busy forthcoming period for Williams driver George Russell. Read more.

F1 return better than staying at home - Kubica
Robert Kubica insists he does not regret returning to Formula 1 with a permanent arm injury in 2019. Read more.

Ferrari used 'usual procedure' amid fuel breach
Mattia Binotto claims Ferrari did not mean to breach a technical rule in Abu Dhabi. Read more.

'Too early' to consider Hamilton for 2021 - Binotto
Mattia Binotto says it is "far too early" to speculate about whether Lewis Hamilton will sign up with Ferrari for 2021. Read more.

Top drivers should stay put for 2021 - Horner
The drivers at every top team should all keep their seats for 2021, according to Christian Horner. Read more.

'No doubt' Vettel will race in 2020 - Binotto
As the long 2019 season came to its conclusion, Mattia Binotto rejected a rumour that swept the Abu Dhabi paddock on Sunday. Read more.

Sainz made 'biggest ever step' in 2019 - father
2019 was a "very big step" forward for Carlos Sainz. Read more.

Vettel puzzled over F1's DRS failure
Sebastian Vettel has criticised Formula 1 over the DRS failure in the 2019 season finale. Read more.

Engineer 'deserves' McLaren job - Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen says Haas' departing performance engineer Jose Manuel Lopez "deserves" a better job in Formula 1. Read more.

Hamilton not feeling pressure to make decision about future
Reportedly a target for Ferrari, Hamilton's contract with Mercedes expires at the end of next season. Read more.

Ten things we learned from the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship
Lewis Hamilton performed at an impressive level, laying the foundations for his sixth title by winning six of the opening eight races. Read more.

Toto Wolff admits Lewis Hamilton could join Ferrari
Hamilton has won six world titles. Read more.

Result: Lewis Hamilton signs off title-winning season with Abu Dhabi victory
Hamilton led from start-to-finish in a commanding display as he secured the 84th win of his career. Read more.

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