Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, September 16.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, September 16.
Monday morning's headlines:
New rule will stop qualifying farce - Todt
Jean Todt says Formula 1 will put a stop to the sort of antics that turned qualifying at Monza into a farce. Read more.
Smoke haze endangers Singapore GP
A literal dark cloud has descended over this weekend's Singapore GP. Read more.
F1 doesn't need 'big changes' - Ecclestone
Bernie Ecclestone has urged F1's new bosses to resist making radical changes. Read more.
Vasseur happy with Alfa Romeo progress
Boss Frederic Vasseur says he is happy with Alfa Romeo's progress in 2019. Read more.
Leclerc can 'lead' Ferrari like Schumacher - Todt
Jean Todt has likened Charles Leclerc to Ferrari's greatest ever champion, Michael Schumacher. Read more.
New F1 team confirms 2021 ambition
A new team is hoping to make its Formula 1 debut in 2021. Read more.
Zandvoort already selling tickets for 2021
An injunction is being sought against construction works at Zandvoort, the venue for the returning Dutch GP for 2020. Read more.
Little known about Schumacher or treatment - doctor
A top neurosurgeon says almost nothing can be inferred by Michael Schumacher's recent hospitalisation. Read more.
Binotto rules out Leclerc-Verstappen pairing body check tags ::
Mattia Binotto has ruled out signing Max Verstappen to be Charles Leclerc's future teammate at Ferrari. Read more.
Qualifying sprint race claims 'not true' - report >