Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, September 20.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, September 20.
Friday morning's headlines:
Max Verstappen leads way in first Singapore Grand Prix practice
The Red Bull driver finished ahead of Sebastian Vettel while Valtteri Bottas crashed out. Read more.
Kubica sponsor wants to stay in F1
Robert Kubica's sponsor says it wants to remain in Formula 1. Read more.
Ricciardo 'surprised' by Grosjean news
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted he is among those who are "surprised" by Haas' decision to keep Romain Grosjean in 2020. Read more.
Ricciardo emerges as potential Vettel replacement
A wild rumour has emerged from Italy involving former Red Bull teammates Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Magnussen backs Haas driver decision
Kevin Magnussen is hoping for a much better season for Haas in 2020. Read more.
Under-fire Vettel declares 'I still love racing'
Sebastian Vettel in Singapore attempted to play down the firestorm around him by declaring: "I still love racing". Read more.
Hulkenberg hoping for Alfa Romeo seat
Alfa Romeo and Williams are emerging as Nico Hulkenberg's only potential options to remain in Formula 1 next year. Read more.
Giovinazzi admits risk of losing Alfa seat
Antonio Giovinazzi says the current uncertainty about his place at Alfa Romeo for 2020 is "part of the game". Read more.
No conversation about 2020 yet - Albon
Alex Albon admits he isn't sure if Red Bull Racing will keep him for 2020. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton: 'Robert Kubica one of the best I have ever faced'
The Polish driver returned to the cockpit with Williams this year but will not drive for them in 2020. Read more.
Robert Kubica announces he will leave Williams at the end of the year
The 34-year-old has struggled for form on his return to action. Read more.
Boss says Ferrari 'loves' Vettel
Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto has issued a strong vote of confidence in Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Hulkenberg admits Haas an option for 2020
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted that Haas could be an option for him in 2020. Read more.
2019 title 'far, far away' - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is unlikely to win the 2019 world championship. Read more.
Ferrari to join 18-inch testing in 2020 - Isola
Pirelli boss Mario Isola thinks Ferrari will start helping next year with the development of Formula 1's 18-inch tyres for 2021. Read more.
Hulkenberg 'sure' Schumacher will race in F1
Nico Hulkenberg says he is "sure" that Mick Schumacher will soon be in Formula 1. Read more.
Red Bull driver decisions 'not healthy' - Albers body check tags ::
A former F1 driver has questioned Red Bull's recent driver swap. Read more.
No conversation about 2020 yet - Albon >