Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Monday, October 7.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Monday, October 7.
Monday morning's headlines:
F1 to improve car strength after Hubert death
F1 teams are looking into how to improve the safety of the chassis following the crash that killed Formula 2 driver Anthoine Hubert. Read more.
Marko has 'no problem' with Verstappen criticism
Dr Helmut Marko says he has "no problem" with Max Verstappen's recent criticism of Red Bull. Read more.
Newey 'very involved' at Red Bull - Verstappen
Max Verstappen has played down reports that Adrian Newey is steadily stepping away from Formula 1. Read more.
McLaren 'never considered' own engine - Seidl
Team boss Andreas Seidl says McLaren "never considered" building its own Formula 1 engine. Read more.
Sprint race qualifying 'not F1' - Villeneuve
F1's forthcoming sprint race qualifying format risks turning the sport into "a game". Read more.
Long calendar making F1 'boring' - Villeneuve
The Formula 1 calendar is becoming "too long and boring", according to 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve. Read more.
F1 still squabbling as 2021 rules deadline looms body check tags ::
Just weeks before the deadline for finalisation of the 2021 rules, the F1 teams, Liberty Media and the FIA remain at an impasse. Read more.
Newey 'very involved' at Red Bull - Verstappen >