Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Sunday, November 22.
Sunday morning's Formula 1 news roundup:
Lewis Hamilton should be careful with his political activism to avoid accusations of hypocrisy, according to former F1 driver Christijan Albers.
New seven time world champion Hamilton has been fiercely outspoken in 2020 on issues including Black Lives Matter.
"When you are an athlete, expressing your opinion about certain things is quite dangerous because it will be difficult for you to live up to them," Dutchman Albers told De Telegraaf.
"For example, if you talk about the environment, you might end up on the same list as Leonardo DiCaprio, who flies from America and back in a private jet.
"Hamilton defends human rights through Black Lives Matter, but he then supports the race in Saudi Arabia, which is also being criticised for human rights.
"It is impossible to say simply that this is a beautiful country when the whole world knows exactly what is going on there," Albers, who raced 46 times in F1 until 2007, added.
Dr Helmut Marko has reacted with a smile to a comment made earlier this week by 2021 Red Bull candidate Nico Hulkenberg.
Hulkenberg, who is in the running to replace struggling Alex Albon next year, joked on Red Bull-owned Servus TV this week that he has now "signed a new contract".
"A home loan contract," he grinned. "I hope I get a good return."
Marko, the head of Red Bull's famous driver program, has said he will make a decision about Albon's future after the Abu Dhabi finale next month.
As for Hulkenberg's contract joke, he told Auto Bild: "That was typical German humour."
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