Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, June 5.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, June 5.
Friday morning's headlines:
Mercedes hits out at 'worse tyre' for 2022
James Allison says the 18-inch rims for 2022 means that Formula 1 is switching to a "worse tyre" that is heavier and slower. Read more.
Verstappen 'anxious' ahead of 2020 re-start - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko admits that the corona crisis has rattled Max Verstappen. Read more.
F1 engines finally revving again in 2020
Formula 1 is finally revving its engines in 2020. Read more.
Wolff admits he could change job title
Toto Wolff has admitted he may soon have a different job title. Read more.
Red Bull taking 'different' package to Austria
Dr Helmut Marko hopes Red Bull is ready to take on Mercedes once the 'ghost racing' gets up and running in 2020. Read more.
Sochi open to hosting second race in 2020
Organisers of the Russian GP say they are open to hosting a second race at Sochi on the 2020 'corona calendar'. Read more.
Brawn hits back at Wolff over reverse grids
Ross Brawn has hit back at Toto Wolff's reasoning behind blocking the introduction of qualifying sprints and reverse grids for next month's 'ghost races'. Read more.
Ecclestone seeks buyer for Williams
Bernie Ecclestone says he will help his old friend Sir Frank Williams find a buyer for the embattled F1 backmarker. Read more.
Combining F1 and Indy 'dangerous' for drivers - Brown
Zak Brown does not think other active drivers will follow Fernando Alonso in combining Formula 1 with a bid to win the fabled Indy 500. Read more.
Brother staying silent over Schumacher condition
Ralf Schumacher says he will not break his rule about talking to the media about the health of his brother. Read more.
Vettel an 'outsider' for Mercedes seat - Wolff
Sebastian Vettel is only an "outsider candidate" for a Mercedes race seat in 2021. Read more.
Hamilton's father opposed to F1 restart
Lewis Hamilton's father is arguing that Formula 1 should not get back to racing in July. Read more.
Berger doubts Mercedes will sign Vettel
Gerhard Berger is not optimistic that Sebastian Vettel will still be in Formula 1 next year. Read more.