Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Sunday, December 15.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Sunday, December 15.
Sunday morning's headlines:
A closer look at the 2019 Sports Personality of the Year contenders
Ben Stokes, Dina Asher-Smith, Raheem Sterling, Alun Wyn Jones, Lewis Hamilton and Katarina Johnson-Thompson made the six-person shortlist. Read more.
Ferrari to consider 2021 lineup in May
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has admitted that Sebastian Vettel's future at Maranello is clouded. Read more.
Verstappen would be 'less aggressive' in Mercedes
Max Verstappen says he would drive less aggressively at the wheel of a Mercedes. Read more.
Ferrari would veto Wolff as F1 supremo
Ferrari says it would veto Toto Wolff's appointment to the top job in Formula 1. Read more.
2021 Ferrari debut 'too early' for Schumacher
A 2021 Ferrari race seat for Mick Schumacher would be "too early" for the F1 legend's son. Read more.
Ferrari reveals aero, engine changes for 2020
Ferrari's 2020 car will feature fundamental changes when it is revealed to the public on February 11. Read more.
Barcelona needs 'help' to afford Liberty Media fee
Barcelona needs "help" in order to extend its contract to host the Spanish GP beyond 2020. Read more.
Furious Ferrari slams door on Verstappen
Ferrari has slammed the door shut to Max Verstappen. Read more.
Ferrari chief confirms Lewis Hamilton talks
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Lewis Hamilton's deal with Mercedes expires at the end of next year. Read more.