Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, December 11.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, December 11.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Founder hails Toro Rosso's 'enormous' progress
The founder of the team known as Toro Rosso says he is impressed with the Faenza based team's recent progress. Read more.
Current Ferrari lineup 'not explosive' - Binotto
Mattia Binotto insists it is not "difficult" to manage Ferrari's current driver lineup. Read more.
2021 car 'a priority' for Renault - Abiteboul
2020 will be a "critical" season for Renault, the French works team's boss Cyril Abiteboul has admitted. Read more.
Marko broke 'promises' in 2019 - Gasly
Dr Helmut Marko broke "promises" to Pierre Gasly in 2019, the French driver claims. Read more.
F1 boss Michael Masi 'looking forward' to 2020
Michael Masi says he is "looking forward" to returning to his new role as F1 race director in 2020. Read more.
Insiders say Mercedes 'best F1 team ever'
Mercedes is perhaps the greatest Formula 1 team ever, according to several well-placed insiders. Read more.
Haas not commenting as McLaren aero boss leaves
Haas is not commenting on reports that McLaren's aerodynamics boss Guillaume Cattelani is heading to the small American team. Read more.
Lehto questions new limited brake parts rule
Former F1 driver JJ Lehto has questioned a new Formula 1 rule limiting the amount of brake components a driver can use during a season. Read more.
Hamilton crashed Rossi's MotoGP bike - report
Lewis Hamilton may have crashed Valentino Rossi's MotoGP bike at the Valencia circuit this week. Read more.
Verstappen not prepared to fall down F1 grid
Max Verstappen says he will not accept a move down the grid in order to extend his Formula 1 career. Read more.
Tyre pressures must be raised in 2020 - Pirelli
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Pirelli boss Mario Isola is warning F1 teams that tyre pressures will need to be raised in 2020. Read more.
Webber tips Hamilton to pip young rivals in 2020