Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, August 23.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, August 23.
Friday morning's headlines:
Alan Jones may quit as 'disillusioned' F1 steward
"Disillusioned" 1980 world champion Alan Jones has indicated he might quit as a Formula 1 steward. Read more.
Lauda family to sell Mercedes stake - Wolff
Niki Lauda's family will sell the late F1 legend's shareholding of the Mercedes team. Read more.
Kubica's F1 future 'doesn't look good' - van der Garde
Former F1 driver Giedo van der Garde says Robert Kubica's future on the grid "doesn't look good". Read more.
Magnussen has 'nothing against' Hulkenberg
Kevin Magnussen has played down his former spat with Nico Hulkenberg. Read more.
Ocon-Renault deal not yet signed - report
Esteban Ocon's rumoured return to the F1 grid for 2020 may not yet be set in stone. Read more.
Formula E changes 'nothing' about F1 project - Wolff
Despite racing ahead with its Formula E plans, Mercedes remains committed to Formula 1. Read more.
Carmakers propose F1 engine freeze
F1 engine makers are proposing that development of the hybrid technology be frozen for performance and cost reasons. Read more.
McLaren needs new rules to beat top teams - Sainz
Only a big change to the F1 rules for 2021 will make it possible for a team like McLaren to challenge the top three, according to Carlos Sainz. Read more.
Bottas 'answering calls' about F1 future
Both Valtteri Bottas and Toto Wolff say the Finnish driver will be in Formula 1 next year. Read more.
Governor says F1 'will not leave Sao Paulo'
Sao Paulo governor Joao Doria says Formula 1 is staying at Interlagos. Read more.
Gasly issues 'psychological' - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko says "psychological problems" caused Pierre Gasly to lose his Red Bull seat. Read more.
Leclerc hails Hamilton's 'mental strength'
Charles Leclerc has hailed five time world champion Lewis Hamilton's "consistency and mental strength". Read more.
Engine rivals 'have caught up' - Wolff
Toto Wolff says Mercedes' F1 engine rivals have "caught up". Read more.
Wolff rules out Alonso for Mercedes body check tags ::
Toto Wolff says Fernando Alonso will not return to Formula 1 with Mercedes. Read more.
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