Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, September 2.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, September 2.
Monday morning's headlines:
Opinions must be respected after fatality - Vasseur
Sunday was a difficult day for the F1 paddock, as the racing went on despite the death less than 24 hours earlier of Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert. Read more.
Barcelona boss says 2020 Spanish GP talks 'not easy'
Barcelona circuit boss Joan Fontsere says keeping the Spanish GP alive was not easy. Read more.
'Very good start' to Albon's Red Bull career - Horner
Alex Albon has made a "great" first impression on his new team boss Christian Horner. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton: 'Work on improving Formula One safety will continue'
Charles Leclerc dedicated his maiden victory to his friend Anthoine Hubert. Read more.
Monza to be 'happy weekend' for Ferrari - Hamilton
Ferrari will be strong again at Monza this weekend, according to Mercedes' two drivers and boss Toto Wolff. Read more.
The sporting weekend in pictures
Charles Leclerc dedicated his Belgian grand prix win to friend Anthoine Hubert, who died in a crash on Saturday. Read more.
Charles Leclerc dedicates Belgian Grand Prix win to Anthoine Hubert
Hubert, 22, died on Saturday evening after a high-speed crash. Read more.
Result: Charles Leclerc claims first F1 win, dedicates race to Anthoine Hubert
The race at Spa was overshadowed by the death of Formula Two driver Anthoine Hubert on Saturday. Read more.
Modern F1 'so demotivating' - Magnussen
Haas is continuing to struggle with Pirelli's 2019 tyres, according to Kevin Magnussen. Read more.
Giovinazzi seat looking safer for 2020
Antonio Giovinazzi's place at Alfa Romeo appears to be safe for 2020. Read more.
Marko rules out Hulkenberg for Red Bull
Dr Helmut Marko has now ruled out Nico Hulkenberg for the second seat at Red Bull for 2020. Read more.
Vandoorne not ruling out F1 return
Stoffel Vandoorne says he is not missing Formula 1. Read more.
Kvyat not 'ignored' by Red Bull
Daniil Kvyat says he has "no problem" with having being overlooked as the replacement for struggling Pierre Gasly at Red Bull. Read more.
Grosjean admits he has 'options' outside F1
Romain Grosjean has admitted he has "other options" apart from Formula 1 for 2020. Read more.
FIA to give more warnings before penalties
F1's governing body will apparently use new measures to warn drivers on track about the risk of penalties. Read more.
Hamilton not worrying about engine reliability
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton says he is not worrying about the health of his Mercedes engine ahead of the Belgian GP. Read more.
F1 race to go ahead after Formula 2 death
Sunday's Belgian GP will go ahead following the death of Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert. Read more.
Schumacher eyeing 'right moment' for F1 debut body check tags ::
Mick Schumacher says he is more determined than ever to follow in his father's footsteps into Formula 1. Read more.
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