Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, January 24.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, January 24.
Friday morning's headlines:
F1 defends pay TV deals' shrinking audiences
It is an "oversimplification" to say that Formula 1 is suffering because of the move away from free-to-air television. Read more.
Mercedes able to replace Hamilton - Wolff
Mercedes will be able to attract a good replacement if Lewis Hamilton decides to leave, according to team boss Toto Wolff. Read more.
Red Bull 'tough environment' for Sainz - Brown
Red Bull was a "tough" environment for Carlos Sainz to thrive in, according to McLaren supremo Zak Brown. Read more.
Sports minister eyes F1 return for Argentina
Argentina's new sports and tourism minister wants Formula 1 to return to Buenos Aires. Read more.
2021 contract talks now in 'final stages' - Carey
F1 is now in the "final stages" of negotiating new commercial agreements binding the teams to the sport beyond 2020. Read more.
Coronavirus could threaten Chinese GP
A dark cloud has moved above April's running of the Chinese GP. Read more.
F1 made Vergne feel like 'a robot'
Jean-Eric Vergne does not sound keen on a potential return to Formula 1. Read more.
Sim racing 'great preparation' for 2020 - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says racing on his driving simulator at home "keeps the calluses on my hands" throughout the winter season. Read more.
Hamilton better than Senna, Schumacher - Barrichello
Lewis Hamilton may already be "even greater" than F1 legends Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. Read more.