Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, October 12.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, October 12.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Ferrari drivers say Mercedes better at Suzuka
A car upgrade may have allowed Mercedes to catch up with Ferrari, according to Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Vasseur plays down Hulkenberg's 2020 hopes
Frederic Vasseur has dealt a blow to Nico Hulkenberg's flagging chances of staying on the Formula 1 grid next year. Read more.
Teams meet with Carey on 'typhoon Saturday'
Team bosses are spending Saturday discussing Formula 1's future with CEO Chase Carey. Read more.
Russia still eyeing Formula 1 team - minister
A Russian government minister is still talking about the prospect of a Russian Formula 1 team. Read more.
Steiner fined EUR 7,500 for insulting F1 steward
Gunther Steiner has escaped with a slap on the wrist after his Sochi radio outburst. Read more.
Binotto 'not the best' at managing drivers - Lehto
A former F1 driver has questioned Mattia Binotto's ability to handle the growing tension between the Ferrari drivers. Read more.
Williams' 2019 struggle 'deserved' - Villeneuve
Jacques Villeneuve says he is sad but not surprised at what has happened to the Williams team. Read more.
Formula One bosses hopeful Japanese Grand Prix will go ahead
Super Typhoon Hagibis is threatening Sunday's race. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton warns that Sebastian Vettel, Charles Leclerc partnership will fail
Friday's second practice order determines the grid if it remains too dangerous for the cars to run on Sunday morning. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton trails Valtteri Bottas in final Japan practice
Officials at Suzuka took the decision to postpone qualifying until the morning of Sunday's race. Read more.