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Tuesday's Formula 1 news roundup: Charles Leclerc, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel

Tuesday's Formula 1 news roundup: Leclerc, Alonso, Vettel
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, November 19.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, November 19.

Tuesday morning's headlines:

Ross Brawn calls on a Ferrari driver to take blame for Brazil crash
The Scuderia duo were battling for fourth in the closing stages of Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix. Read more.

Alonso could still win F1 title - Verstappen
Fernando Alonso would return to Formula 1 as a clear top-three driver. Read more.

Kubica admits blame for only one 2019 crash
Robert Kubica claims he is responsible for only one of his crashes in 2019. Read more.

Red Bull, Honda, close to 2021 extension - reports
Red Bull and Honda are moving closer to extending their works Formula 1 collaboration beyond 2020. Read more.

Jerez in talks for 2021-2023 Spanish GP deal
Jerez could become the next Spanish GP host. Read more.

Sao Paulo offers to pay 'fee' for F1 race
Sao Paulo is prepared to pay a "fee" to keep the Brazilian GP at Interlagos. Read more.

Vettel-Leclerc lineup a 'luxury' for Ferrari - boss
Even after they crashed in Brazil, Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto still says having both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc on the team is "a luxury". Read more.

Manager in 'contact' over Verstappen's future
Max Verstappen's management is reportedly in "contact" with Red Bull about their joint future. Read more.

Max's grandfather Frans Verstappen dies
Brazil GP winner Max Verstappen's grandfather has died. Read more.

Brazilian Grand Prix: Five things we learned as Ferraris collide
The penultimate round of the season will be remembered for Sebastian Vettel's collision with Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc. Read more.

Ferrari consider stopping Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc racing each other
Vettel and Leclerc are due to arrive at Ferrari's Maranello headquarters to explain how they came to collide on lap 66 of Sunday's chaotic race. Read more.

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.

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