Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Thursday, December 19.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Thursday, December 19.
Thursday morning's headlines:
2021 'not right' for Hamilton's Ferrari move - Berger
2021 might not be the right time for Lewis Hamilton to switch to Ferrari. Read more.
Wolff ridicules Ferrari switch rumours
Toto Wolff has ridiculed ongoing speculation that his future could be in red. Read more.
Marko 'lost money' on 2019 predictions
Dr Helmut Marko admits he lost some bets in 2019. Read more.
Ferrari to keep matte livery for 2020
Ferrari's 2020 car, to be revealed to the public eight days before winter testing on February 11, will continue to feature a matte livery. Read more.
Racing Point says 2021 cars to be 'unstable'
Racing Point has hit out at the new rules for 2021. Read more.
Mercedes must be 'a lot faster' for 2020
Mercedes needs to make its car "a lot faster" in order to beat both Ferrari and Red Bull-Honda in 2020. Read more.
Sainz eyes new McLaren contract for 2021
Carlos Sainz has indicated he will want to stay at McLaren beyond the end of his 2020 contract. Read more.
No 2020 test for Schumacher - Vasseur
Team boss Frederic Vasseur says Mick Schumacher is not currently scheduled to test for Alfa Romeo in 2020. Read more.
Alfa Romeo chassis 'destroyed' in 2020 crash test
Alfa Romeo has reportedly failed a mandatory crash test, and in the process "completely destroyed" the first of its chassis for the 2020 season. Read more.
Alfa Romeo to turn on new F1 simulator
Alfa Romeo will start using its brand new driver simulator in earnest next week. Read more.
Max's career 'more fun than my own' - Jos Verstappen
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Max Verstappen's father says he is proud to have helped the Red Bull driver become one of the top stars of Formula 1. Read more.