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Sunday's Formula 1 news roundup: Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen

Sunday's Formula 1 news roundup: Vettel, Hamilton, Verstappen
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Sunday, November 17.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Sunday, November 17.

Sunday morning's headlines:

Racing Point 'watching' Mick Schumacher
Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer admits he is keeping an eye on Mick Schumacher. Read more.

Drivers deny battle for third about Ferrari hierarchy
Ferrari's two drivers are determined to be crowned 'best of the rest' in 2020. Read more.

Ferrari could stop Wolff becoming F1 boss
Bernie Ecclestone isn't so sure that Toto Wolff will be the next F1 supremo. Read more.

'No deadline' for 2021 decision - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko says there is "no deadline" for Red Bull to commit to Formula 1 beyond 2020. Read more.

Ecclestone thinks Mercedes could quit F1
Bernie Ecclestone has told the F1 world not to dismiss rumours about Mercedes quitting the sport. Read more.

Hamilton better than Schumacher and Senna - Irvine
Lewis Hamilton is a better driver than both Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna. Read more.

Mercedes working hard on 2020 car - Allison
Mercedes is already working hard on its car for 2020. Read more.

Verstappen manager admits Honda could quit
Max Verstappen's manager has admitted the possibility that Honda could quit Formula 1 after 2020. Read more.

Red Bull tells Mercedes to protest Ferrari engine
Ferrari's rivals in Brazil held fire on lodging an official protest against the Maranello team's engine. Read more.

Lewis Hamilton plays down talk of knighthood after sixth world title
There have been calls for the six-time world champion to be knighted. Read more.

Max Verstappen beats Sebastian Vettel to pole in Brazil
Lewis Hamilton will start third on the grid. Read more.

Lewis Hamilton leads way in final practice at Brazilian Grand Prix
Hamilton saw off Red Bull's Max Verstappen by just 0.026 seconds. Read more.

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