Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, June 10.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, June 10.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Report names three potential Williams buyers
Three names are in the fray as potential buyers for the struggling F1 backmarker Williams. Read more.
Fewer car updates planned for 2020 - Green
Formula 1 teams will have only a limited car development program in 2020, according to Racing Point technical boss Andy Green. Read more.
Baku cancellation now imminent - source
Baku, Singapore and Suzuka are set to be definitively scratched from the 2020 calendar. Read more.
Mercedes to set pace in Austria - Alesi
Jean Alesi thinks Mercedes will be the team to beat when the revised world championship kicks off next month in Austria. Read more.
'Old school' Mugello to be F1's 1000th race
Mugello looks set to join the other six European 'ghost race' venues on the initial corona-induced 2020 calendar. Read more.
Hungary reveals $20m 'ghost race' discount
Hungaroring boss Zsolt Guylay admits the F1 race promoters got a discount on their 2020 race fee. Read more.
Ricciardo didn't quit Renault 'on a whim'
Daniel Ricciardo insists he did not decide to quit Renault "on a whim". Read more.
Russell admits eye on Mercedes seat
George Russell has admitted he has a keen eye on a potential Mercedes race seat for 2021. Read more.
Raikkonen could retire after 2020 season
Kimi Raikkonen has left open the door to possible retirement at the end of 2020. Read more.
Ferrari legality saga not over yet
As Formula 1 begins to race out of the corona crisis, the 2019 Ferrari engine legality saga looks set to return. Read more.
Indy eyes F1 race as soon as 2021
Another grand prix in the United States could take place as soon as 2021 - but not in Miami. Read more.
Michael Schumacher to undergo treatment
Michael Schumacher is set to undergo an operation, according to the Italian source Contro Copertina. Read more.
Coronavirus latest: When and where will each sport return to action?
Sports across the world are trying to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.
New Campos F1 team 'still alive' - partner
A potential new Formula 1 team is still clinging to its project through the corona crisis. Read more.
'Everyone affected' amid F1 corona crisis - Todt
More than two teams are hurting amid the corona crisis, according to FIA president Jean Todt. Read more.
Middle East set to join 'corona calendar' - Wolff
Toto Wolff thinks the first overseas races will soon be added to the alternative 'corona calendar' for 2020. Read more.
Sim drivers to have an edge in Austria - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg thinks F1 drivers who have spent the corona shutdown at the wheel of home simulators will be the best prepared for the resumption of racing next month. Read more.
F1 supports Hamilton's political views
F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says he "completely" supports Lewis Hamilton's political views. Read more.