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Friday's Formula 1 news roundup: Toto Wolff, Lewis Hamilton, Helmut Marko

Friday's Formula 1 news roundup: Wolff, Hamilton, Marko
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, January 31.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, January 31.

Friday morning's headlines:

Racing Point to be Aston Martin in 2021
Racing Point will become the works Aston Martin team in Formula 1 from 2021. Read more.

Expert 'not optimistic' about 2020 China GP
A disease expert says he is not "optimistic" about whether China will be able to host its Formula 1 race as scheduled in April this year. Read more.

Pirelli says teams cannot scrap 18-inch tyres
Formula 1 teams cannot veto the move to 18-inch wheels for 2021. Read more.

Red Bull may protest Ferrari engine in 2020 - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko says Red Bull will "definitely protest" if the legality of Ferrari's engine once again becomes a hot topic in 2020. Read more.

Paul Ricard has 'offers' to sell French GP venue
Paul Ricard CEO Stephane Clair has played down speculation the French GP venue will soon be sold. Read more.

F1 sponsor says Mercedes exit rumours 'not new'
Valtteri Bottas' former long-time sponsor says rumours Mercedes could quit Formula 1 have been circulating in the paddock for "a couple of years". Read more.

Marko admits Red Bull misses Ricciardo
Dr Helmut Marko says he is happy with Max Verstappen's new teammate Alex Albon, even though the top Red Bull official admits he misses Daniel Ricciardo. Read more.

Marko says Red Bull does not miss Renault
Dr Helmut Marko has dismissed Renault engineer Remi Taffin's recent claim that Red Bull's engine supplier Honda is "one step behind" all of the other engine manufacturers in F1. Read more.

2020 Red Bull to debut at Silverstone
Red Bull will run its 2020 car for the first time on February 12, Dr Helmut Marko has revealed. Read more.

FIA "closely monitoring" coronavirus outbreak ahead of Chinese Grand Prix
There are now 7,711 confirmed cases of the virus in China, with 170 people having died after contracting it. Read more.

Hamilton denies talks over new Mercedes deal
The six-time world champion's contract expires at the end of the year. Read more.


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