Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, January 13.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, January 13.
Monday morning's headlines:
Hulkenberg not ruling out F1 return
Nico Hulkenberg is not ruling out a return to Formula 1 in the future. Read more.
Five Friday practice sessions for Kubica in 2020
New reserve driver Robert Kubica will participate in five Friday morning practice sessions for Alfa Romeo in 2020. Read more.
2019 tyres to make 2020 'predictable' - Isola
The racing could be "more predictable" in 2020, because teams voted against using Pirelli's newly designed and tested tyres this year. Read more.
Fittipaldi keeps job as Haas reserve
Pietro Fittipaldi will remain a reserve driver at Haas in 2020. Read more.
Ferrari's 2020 car passes FIA crash tests
Ferrari's 2020 car, codenamed 671, has passed all 15 of the mandatory FIA crash tests. Read more.
Bottas thinks performance 'hasn't peaked yet'
Valtteri Bottas is sounding bullish about the 2020 season. Read more.
Briatore tells Verstappen to 'keep mouth shut'
Max Verstappen should learn to "keep his mouth shut", according to former F1 team boss Flavio Briatore. Read more.
Racing Point 'nervous' about 2020-2021 seasons
Racing Point technical boss Andy Green admits he is "very nervous" about how the team will handle this year's preparations for the new rules of 2021. Read more.