Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, September 6.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, September 6.
Friday morning's headlines:
Door to top team could still open - Perez
Sergio Perez thinks Racing Point would let him leave if a top team comes knocking. Read more.
Raikkonen supports return of F1 'warning' flag
Kimi Raikkonen has backed the return to Formula 1 of the black and white flag for unsportsmanlike behaviour. Read more.
Sainz tones down Renault rhetoric
Carlos Sainz has toned down his rhetoric about McLaren's engine supplier Renault. Read more.
Vettel still number 1 driver - Montezemolo
Ferrari is on the way to having "two number 1 drivers", according to former president Luca di Montezemolo. Read more.
Verstappen slams 'no charisma' critic Rosberg
Max Verstappen has hit back hard at Nico Rosberg, following the 2016 world champion's latest criticism. Read more.
Magnussen still has 'no fear' when driving
Kevin Magnussen says he felt "no fear" when he raced at Spa just 24 hours after the death of Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert. Read more.
Hamilton admits Ferrari switch 'an option'
Lewis Hamilton has admitted switching to Ferrari is "an option" for the future. Read more.
Steiner targeting driver announcement for Singapore
Gunther Steiner is hoping to decide Haas' second driver for 2020 by the next race at Singapore. Read more.
Kvyat not impressed by Albon's first Red Bull race
Daniil Kvyat has countered the Red Bull narrative by admitting he was not impressed by former teammate Alex Albon's move to the top team. Read more.
Lando Norris keen to reassure family following Anthoine Hubert tragedy
The British teenager has revealed that his father was sick in the wake of last weekend's crash which killed 22-year-old Hubert. Read more.
Sebastian Vettel calls for increased safety after Anthoine Hubert death
The sport has gathered in Monza still recovering from Hubert's death following a 160mph Formula Two crash at Spa-Francorchamps. Read more.
Father says Magnussen 'in right place' at Haas
Kevin Magnussen's father says the Danish driver is in "the right place" at Haas. Read more.
Vettel says 'why not?' to longer Ferrari future
Sebastian Vettel says he might stay at Ferrari even beyond the end of his 2020 contract. Read more.
Hamilton to soon consider next F1 contract
Ferrari was "even faster" than Lewis Hamilton expected at Spa last weekend. Read more.
Italian Grand Prix: Five talking points as Lewis Hamilton looks to hit back
Hamilton holds 65-point lead ahead of the Monza race. Read more.