Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, January 14.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, January 14.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Leclerc 'more political' than Verstappen - Berger
F1 legend Gerhard Berger says Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are yet to overtake Lewis Hamilton as the best driver on the grid today. Read more.
Bottas confident ahead of 2021 'silly season'
Valtteri Bottas is not expecting to be weighed down by this year's contractual uncertainty. Read more.
F1 return 'on the table' after Indy 500 - Alonso
Fernando Alonso says he will think about a possible return to Formula 1 for 2021 after his third attempt to win the Indianapolis 500 in May. Read more.
Ferrari 'angry' about Leclerc skydiving
Charles Leclerc doubts he can follow in Lewis Hamilton's wheel tracks by testing a MotoGP bike. Read more.
Marko surprised by F1 'two stroke' engine idea
Dr Helmut Marko is not writing off the chances that Formula 1 will be powered by two-stroke engines from 2025. Read more.
Bahrain would welcome Saudi Arabia to F1
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Bahrain says it would welcome the arrival of Saudi Arabia to the Formula 1 race calendar. Read more.
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