Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, September 28.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, September 28.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Kvyat slams 'ridiculous' helmet colour rule
Daniil Kvyat has called a rule preventing him from wearing a special helmet livery for his home race in Russia "ridiculous". Read more.
Correa chose against foot amputation - family
Formula 2 driver Juan Manuel Correa has chosen not to have his right lower leg amputated, his family have revealed. Read more.
Ferrari driver peace 'will crack' - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko thinks the tentative peace at Ferrari will eventually "crack". Read more.
No F1 return 'in short term' - Alonso
Fernando Alonso says he does not want to return to Formula 1 "in the short term". Read more.
2020 teammate 'up to Red Bull' - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says he doesn't mind who Red Bull chooses to be his 2020 teammate. Read more.
Mercedes 'third fastest team' at Sochi - Wolff
Mercedes is struggling at the scene of the Russian GP at Sochi. Read more.
McLaren inks Mercedes deal for 2021 - sources
McLaren has inked a deal with Mercedes for a supply of customer engines from 2021. Read more.
Haas 'better choice' for Kubica than Racing Point
Robert Kubica's father thinks the departing Williams driver will choose either between an F1 test role or racing in a series like DTM for 2020. Read more.
Kubica 'right' to quit Williams - father
Robert Kubica's father says the Pole made the "right decision" to quit Williams. Read more.
Ecclestone can imagine St Petersburg switch
Bernie Ecclestone says he can imagine the Russian GP relocating to St Petersburg. Read more.
Russian F1 team 'not far off' - minister
Russia could soon have a Formula 1 team on the grid, according to a government minister. Read more.
Ferrari not ruling out 2021 rules veto
Mattia Binotto is not ruling out using Ferrari's veto against the 2021 rules. Read more.
Max Verstappen "not dreaming" of partnering Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes
The Briton is chasing his sixth world title. Read more.
Max Verstappen tops Charles Leclerc in second Sochi practice
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was second fastest. Read more.
Charles Leclerc tops opening practice in Sochi body check tags ::
The 21-year-old edged out Max Verstappen in Sochi. Read more.
Max Verstappen "not dreaming" of partnering Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes >