Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, October 9.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, October 9.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Japanese Grand Prix: The key talking points
Lewis Hamilton is close to clinching a sixth world title. Read more.
F1 considering combustion engine freeze for 2021
F1 is considering a freeze on the internal combustion engine part of the current 'power units' from 2021. Read more.
Mercedes pays Wolff 8 million euros per year
Toto Wolff is paid 8 million euros a year to be Mercedes' team boss. Read more.
FIA proposes active aerodynamics for 2021
F1's governing body is proposing that the Formula 1 cars in 2021 feature active aerodynamics. Read more.
Kubica sponsor 'will remain in Formula 1'
Robert Kubica's sponsor says it is staying in Formula 1 in 2020. Read more.
Title sponsor saga no 'huge impact' on 2020 - Steiner
Gunther Steiner has admitted that the Rich Energy affair will have an impact on Haas' bottom line. Read more.
Zandvoort denies agreeing to scrap non-F1 races body check tags ::
Zandvoort has denied that it will cancel a number of motor racing events in order to ensure that the Dutch GP takes place as scheduled next May. Read more.
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