Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, January 27.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, January 27.
Monday morning's headlines:
Austin working to remove 'unacceptable' bumps
The US GP venue in Austin is working to eliminate bumps in the track surface that Formula 1 figures slammed as "unacceptable" in 2019. Read more.
Ferrari preparing two versions of 2020 car - Bobbi
Ferrari is preparing two versions of its new 2020 car for next month's winter testing season. Read more.
Aston Martin rumours gain more F1 steam
Aston Martin, a name increasingly rumoured to be getting even closer to Formula 1, has suddenly pulled out of the German touring car championship DTM. Read more.
Leclerc best driver after Verstappen - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko says Charles Leclerc is "clearly" the most attractive driver who does not already race for Red Bull. Read more.
Hamilton wants new $66m per year Mercedes deal
Lewis Hamilton's teammate is his "only opponent" in Formula 1, according to Max Verstappen. Read more.
Calderon expects new Alfa Romeo deal
Tatiana Calderon is expecting to sign a new deal to remain a test driver for Alfa Romeo in 2020. Read more.
Owner Penske wants F1 to return to Indianapolis
Roger Penske says he would like to see the fabled Indianapolis Motor Speedway return to the F1 calendar. Read more.
FIA president says Leclerc 'deserves' title
Charles Leclerc "deserves" to be a world champion, according to FIA president Jean Todt. Read more.
Haas takes financial hit for 2020 - Steiner
Haas boss Gunther Steiner admits the team has suffered a financial setback after the 2019 season. Read more.
Todt's comments about 25 races 'outrageous' - mechanic
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A mechanic at the small American team Haas has hit back at FIA president Jean Todt. Read more.