Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, December 6.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, December 6.
Friday morning's headlines:
Kubica admits wanting 2020 DTM seat
Robert Kubica has admitted he wants to race in the German touring car series DTM next year. Read more.
Hamilton, Wolff started Ferrari switch rumour - Antonini
Former Ferrari spokesman Alberto Antonini suspects the rumour about Lewis Hamilton potentially switching to Ferrari was started by the six-time world champion himself. Read more.
Gazprom denies plans to become F1 sponsor
Russian natural gas giant Gazprom has denied reports that it is poised to re-enter Formula 1 as a sponsor. Read more.
Red Bull prepared to protest Ferrari in 2020 - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko has slammed Ferrari's EUR 50,000 penalty for the fuel infringement in Abu Dhabi as "a joke". Read more.
Kosachenko slams 'Formula 2 team' Williams
Oksana Kosachenko, the former manager of Russian driver Vitaly Petrov, has slammed the struggling British team Williams. Read more.
Webber tips Hamilton to pip young rivals in 2020
Mark Webber does not think the Ferrari or Red Bull-Honda drivers can beat Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to the 2020 title. Read more.
Schumacher targets F2 title, F1 debut in 2021
Mick Schumacher says he understands that Formula 1 will be the toughest assignment of his career. Read more.
Renault has 'strongest engine' in F1 - Abiteboul
Renault has "the strongest engine" in Formula 1, according to team boss Cyril Abiteboul. Read more.
Catching top teams will take 'a while' - Brown
Boss Zak Brown says McLaren wants to "close the gap" to the top three F1 teams in 2020. Read more.
No official comment on Stroll-Aston Martin rumours
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No official comment is yet to be made amid rumours Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll also wants to take over the struggling British carmaker Aston Martin. Read more.
Thursday's Formula 1 news roundup: Kubica, Steiner, Isola