Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, September 11.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, September 11.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Abiteboul confirms Renault's 1000hp breakthrough
Renault broke the 1000 horsepower barrier some time ago, team boss Cyril Abiteboul has confirmed. Read more.
Hospital staff member says Schumacher 'aware'
Michael Schumacher is "aware", according to an anonymous source at the Paris hospital where the F1 legend is currently being treated. Read more.
F1 to re-consider gravel for Parabolica
F1 race director Michael Masi says the governing FIA will consider resurrecting the gravel trap at Monza's famous Parabolica corner. Read more.
Former F1 boss urges Michael Schumacher family to share updates on condition
Nick Fry, the former Mercedes chief executive, says it is a 'pity' that Schumacher's well-being has not been disclosed to the public. Read more.
Verstappen says he could be Leclerc's teammate
Max Verstappen says he would be happy to be Charles Leclerc's teammate in Formula 1. Read more.
Michael Schumacher in Paris hospital
Michael Schumacher is in a Paris hospital. Read more.
Russell expected Kubica relationship to suffer
George Russell says he gets along well with his Williams teammate Robert Kubica. Read more.
Red Bull to decide 2020 lineups after Austin
Red Bull will decide its driver lineups for 2020 before the end of the season. Read more.
Mugello eyes Italian GP for 2025
Mugello has thrown its hat into the ring as a future venue for the Italian GP. Read more.
Giovinazzi confident about 2020 seat
Antonio Giovinazzi thinks he is doing enough to hang on to his seat at Alfa Romeo. Read more.
'No idea' about Vettel's future - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko has once again dismissed rumours that Sebastian Vettel could resurrect his F1 career at Red Bull. Read more.
McLaren set to focus on 2020 car
McLaren says it will not compromise development of its 2020 car. Read more.
Hamilton warns Leclerc over future duels
Lewis Hamilton has warned that he may not always be as compliant when he gets in a duel with rising F1 sensation Charles Leclerc. Read more.
Haas splits with title sponsor body check tags ::
The F1 team Haas has finally split with its controversial title sponsor. Read more.
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