Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, June 2.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, June 2.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Silverstone to host two races as F1 eyes July start to season
The campaign will open with two races in Austria on July 5 and 12, followed by one in Hungary, two in Britain, and grands prix in Spain and Belgium. Read more.
Two teams oppose F1's reverse grid plan
It is believed Racing Point has now joined the works Mercedes team in indicating it will vote against experimenting with short qualifying sprints and reverse grids once the 'ghost races' get up and running in July. Read more.
Marko has no sympathy for sacked Daniel Abt
Dr Helmut Marko has little sympathy for sacked Formula E driver Daniel Abt. Read more.
Source says Ferrari will have one striker in 2021
An unnamed Ferrari insider has admitted that the Maranello team is planning to succeed by rallying around Charles Leclerc. Read more.
'Complicated' for F1 to get up and racing again - Kubica
Robert Kubica says he has a "big" desire to get back to work at the race tracks. Read more.
F1 world still waiting for 'corona calendar'
Formula 1 is now expected to publish its official 'corona calendar' of initial spectator-less races in Europe on Wednesday. Read more.
Wave of US politics rolls over Formula 1
A wave of politics is rolling over Formula 1 amid widespread protests and rioting throughout America. Read more.
Silverstone set to stage two races as F1 prepares to reveal European race dates
An eight-race European section of the rescheduled 2020 season is due to be announced on Tuesday. Read more.
Boss wants Williams to keep name after saleWilliams will have new colours once the racing gets up and running in July. Read more.
'A lot happening' at Mercedes - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko thinks "a lot is happening" behind the scenes at Mercedes. Read more.
Signing Alonso risks Renault 'revolution' - Zecchi
A former F1 team boss has warned Renault that signing Fernando Alonso for 2021 could be dangerous. Read more.
No intention of 'ever' leaving Red Bull - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says he would like to spend his entire Formula 1 career at Red Bull. Read more.
Ferrari had 'safer' options than Sainz - Kubica
Robert Kubica admits he was "surprised" when Ferrari decided to sign up Carlos Sainz as a replacement for Sebastian Vettel next year. Read more.
F1 not entering 'pay-driver' era - Danner
Formula 1 is not about to enter the era of the so-called 'pay-driver', according to Christian Danner. Read more.
'Unclear' if media can attend F1 ghost races
It is not clear if television broadcasters will be allowed to attend F1's first 'ghost races' in Austria next month. Read more.
Marko 'proud of Austria' as F1 gets green light
Formula 1 is poised to announce an initial 2020 calendar featuring spectator-less 'ghost races' in Europe. Read more.
Rusty F1 drivers 'not big problem' - Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen remains hopeful Haas will keep him on board for 2021. Read more.
'Weird' reverse grid idea 'worth a try' - Salo
Mika Salo says reverse grid races are "worth a try" as Formula 1 looks to emerge from its coronavirus shutdown. Read more.
Hamilton slams 'white-dominated sport'
F1's reigning world champion has slammed the "white-dominated sport" for "staying silent" amid the latest political turmoil. Read more.
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