Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, November 15.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, November 15.
Friday morning's headlines:
Staying in F1 'worthwhile' says Mercedes CEO
Mercedes looks set to stay in Formula 1 in 2021 and beyond. Read more.
Raikkonen, Hamilton, not keen on Rio move
F1's most experienced drivers are not keen on the idea of moving the Brazilian GP to Rio de Janeiro. Read more.
Fittipaldi 'close' to signing new Haas deal
Pietro Fittipaldi says he is close to extending his stay as a Haas test driver. Read more.
Hulkenberg admits Indycar an option for 2020
Nico Hulkenberg has confirmed reports that he might switch to Indycar for 2020. Read more.
Keeping Albon as teammate 'smartest choice' - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says keeping Alex Albon as his teammate was the "smartest choice" for Red Bull. Read more.
Sainz wants Pirelli to scrap 2020 tyres
Carlos Sainz thinks Pirelli should scrap its planned new tyres for 2020. Read more.
Leclerc denies using 2020 engine in Brazil
Charles Leclerc has denied that his new engine in Brazil is to test developments for 2020. Read more.
Ferrari 'doing nothing wrong' with engine - Leclerc
The off-track battle is heating up between Ferrari and its rivals. Read more.
World champion Lewis Hamilton pays tribute to Ron Dennis
Hamilton won his sixth title earlier this month. Read more.