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Monday's Formula 1 news roundup: Daniel Ricciardo, Toto Wolff, Max Verstappen

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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, October 21.
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Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, October 21.

Monday morning's headlines:

Teams ask FIA to check Ferrari engine legality
"Several" Ferrari rivals have asked the FIA to look into the legality of the Italian team's engine. Read more.

Verstappen wants Red Bull-Honda to 'risk more'
Max Verstappen has urged Red Bull to "risk a little more" at the final four races of 2019 and beyond. Read more.

Magnussen helping father keep racing
Jan Magnussen says his son Kevin will help him keep racing. Read more.

F1 return 'getting harder' - Alonso
Fernando Alonso has answered "we'll see" and "maybe" to the latest question about whether he might return to Formula 1. Read more.

GPDA president no fan of 18-inch wheels
Alex Wurz is no fan of the introduction of low-profile wheels in Formula 1. Read more.

Verstappen met to learn Honda future
Max Verstappen is getting involved in Honda's plans for the future. Read more.

Ferrari to keep 'veto' power after 2020
Ferrari is keeping its historic and highly controversial right to "veto" Formula 1 rules. Read more.

Verstappen supports end of F1 'sprint race' idea
Max Verstappen has backed Formula 1's retention of the existing knockout qualifying format for 2020 and beyond. Read more.

Ricciardo responds to Webber criticism
Daniel Ricciardo has replied to his countryman after Mark Webber said the Renault driver may be "regretting" leaving Red Bull. Read more.

McLaren's Petrobras sponsorship 'terminated'
A major Formula 1 sponsor has announced it is leaving McLaren. Read more. body check tags ::

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