Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, July 6.
Monday morning's headlines:
Lewis Hamilton: 'Taking a knee is about equality, not politics'
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen were among six drivers who opted not to take a knee. Read more.
Mugello's 2020 F1 race hopes at '98 percent' - Binotto
Mugello's chances of hosting a Formula 1 race on the 2020 'corona calendar' stand at 98 percent. Read more.
Mercedes' current drivers staying in 2021 - Kallenius
Ola Kallenius, the CEO of Mercedes' parent company Daimler, has ruled out a move to the German works team for Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
F1 should re-think in-race driver penalties - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko says Formula 1 should re-think the "whole system" of in-race driver penalties. Read more.
F1 should be 'careful' with political movements - Todt
Jean Todt admits Formula 1 should be "very careful" about letting the world of politics into the paddock. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton will continue to take a knee before Grands Prix
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Red Bull's Max Verstappen were among six drivers who opted not to take a knee in Austria. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton in the spotlight after opening weekend of F1 season
The stewards found him guilty of punting Albon into the sand trap with 10 laps to run. Read more.
Result: Valtteri Bottas wins 2020 F1 season opener in Austria
World champion Lewis Hamilton finished second but was demoted to fourth in an incident-packed Austrian Grand Prix. Read more.
Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen decide against taking a knee before Austria GP
The Ferrari driver says it does not mean he is less committed than others in the fight against racism. Read more.
FIA pledges €1m to foundation for improving motorsport diversity
F1 CEO Chase Carey launched the foundation last month. Read more.