Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, June 27.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, June 27.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Bernie Ecclestone: "In lots of cases black people are more racist than what white people are"
F1 chiefs this week launched a new #WeRaceAsOne initiative, aimed at fostering diversity and inclusion in the sport. Read more.
Alfa Romeo holds fire on 2021 driver decision
Alfa Romeo has no plans to make an early decision about its driver lineup for 2021. Read more.
Expiring contract 'nothing to worry about' - Bottas
Valtteri Bottas insists he has "nothing to worry about" despite heading into the delayed 2020 season without a contract in place for next year. Read more.
McLaren switch decision was 'not easy' - Ricciardo
Daniel Ricciardo says "time will tell" if he has made the right decision to switch to McLaren for 2021. Read more.
Mercedes' Cowell could switch to Aston Martin
Mercedes' departing engine guru Andy Cowell could be moving to Aston Martin, according to Germany's Auto Bild. Read more.
Spa not going back on 'ghost race' plan
Spa-Francorchamps will not alter its plans to host the Belgian GP this year without spectators. Read more.
China 'fixed' on extended 2020 calendar - Marko
China has "fixed" itself a place on the 2020 corona crisis race calendar, according to Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko. Read more.
Latifi buying Williams would be 'terrific'
Williams will on Friday reveal a "sharp" and "smart" revised livery for its 2020 car. Read more.
Bottas, Verstappen to attack Hamilton - Hakkinen
Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen could put up a real challenge to reigning six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton in 2020. Read more.
McLaren will not freeze Sainz out in 2020
Carlos Sainz will not be frozen out by McLaren in 2020. Read more.
Ferrari plays down '30hp' Austria car upgrade
Ferrari says reports of a major car upgrade ahead of the resumption of racing in Austria next weekend were exaggerated. Read more.