Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, October 15.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, October 15.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
McLaren wants to close gap to top teams in 2020
McLaren wants to get closer to the top three teams in 2020, according to team boss Andreas Seidl. Read more.
Vettel says Mercedes 'close to perfection'
Sebastian Vettel says Mercedes remains "close to perfection" in Formula 1. Read more.
Mercedes has best driver lineup in F1 - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes' driver pairing is "absolutely" the best in Formula 1. Read more.
Ferrari has 'long list' of concerns about 2021 rules
Mattia Binotto has suggested that Formula 1 is in for a difficult meeting in Paris this week. Read more.
Briatore tells Ferrari to make Leclerc 'number 1'
Ferrari should declare that Charles Leclerc is the team's new number 1 driver. Read more.
Alonso will only return to top team - Briatore
Flavio Briatore says Fernando Alonso will only return to Formula 1 if he gets an offer from a top team. Read more.
Boss scolds Magnussen for Suzuka outburst
Boss Gunther Steiner has scolded Haas driver Kevin Magnussen for criticising the team at Suzuka. Read more.
Upgrade helped Vettel solve 2019 crisis
Sebastian Vettel has admitted that Ferrari's much-vaunted Singapore upgrade has helped him. Read more.
Albon 'getting better' - Marko
Red Bull is not ready to lock in Alex Albon for 2020. Read more.
Honda not ready to commit to 2021 - Marko
Honda is not yet committed to Formula 1 beyond 2020. Read more.
Valtteri Bottas admits he "will need to be very lucky" to catch Lewis Hamilton
Bottas won the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, but team-mate Hamilton is 64 points clear. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton dedicates Mercedes victory to Niki Lauda
Lauda died in May. Read more.
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