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Saturday's Formula 1 news roundup: Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Nico Hulkenberg

Saturday's Formula 1 news roundup: Hamilton, Verstappen, Hulkenberg
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, November 16.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, November 16.

Saturday morning's headlines:

F1 owner looked into buying Indycar - reports
Liberty Media, F1's owner since 2016, looked into also buying the premier American open wheeler series. Read more.

Penske could buy Mercedes' F1 team - source
Mercedes' Formula 1 team is for sale. Read more.

Polish sponsor says Williams broke contract
Robert Kubica's sponsor says Williams broke "certain provisions" of its contract in 2019. Read more.

Hulkenberg's F1 career definitely 'over' - Villeneuve
Nico Hulkenberg's Formula 1 career is "over". Read more.

Vettel 'expects' to stay in F1 beyond 2020
Sebastian Vettel has indicated he wants to stay in Formula 1 beyond 2020. Read more.

Team boss admits Gene Haas could quit F1
Team boss Gunther Steiner says he is waiting to hear if Haas owner Gene Haas will commit to Formula 1 beyond 2020. Read more.

Ocon hoping for early Renault test
Esteban Ocon is hoping to get his Renault career off to an early start. Read more.

Latifi to announce 2020 plans 'very soon'
Nicholas Latifi says his plans for 2020 should be known "very soon". Read more.

Brazil GP promoter slams Rio switch rumours
Brazilian GP promoter Tamas Rohonyi says he is not worried about losing the Formula 1 race to Rio de Janeiro. Read more.

Ferrari engine back on song in Brazil
Despite two technical directives and a poor showing in Austin, Ferrari's controversial engine is back on song in Brazil. Read more.

Lewis Hamilton fifth fastest in Brazilian GP practice
The Briton has already wrapped up the world title. Read more.

Lewis Hamilton wants assurances before signing new Mercedes deal
Wolff has overseen five of Hamilton's six world championship triumphs. Read more.

Brazilian Grand Prix: Alex Albon fastest before crashing in first practice
The Red Bull driver lost control of his car after switching to slick tyres. Read more.

Motorsport UK chief calls for Lewis Hamilton knighthood
Hamilton won his sixth Formula One world championship earlier this month. Read more.

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