Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, June 20.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, June 20.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Alex Zanardi in serious condition with head injury after bike crash
The 53-year-old suffered a severe head injury in a crash with a lorry, according to reports in Italy. Read more.
Hamilton apologised for fake news comments - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko has confirmed that world champion Lewis Hamilton apologised for this week's media misunderstanding. Read more.
'No great pain' after Renault test - Ocon
Esteban Ocon says his test in Austria this week reassured him that he is ready for Formula 1's post-corona crisis restart. Read more.
Kvyat 'often faster than Ricciardo' - Tost
Team boss Franz Tost says he is more than happy with Alpha Tauri's two drivers. Read more.
Leclerc, not Vettel, taking 2020 Ferrari pay-cut
Sebastian Vettel did not join his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc in agreeing to reduce his pay during the 2020 corona crisis, according to Italian reports. Read more.
Engine change to take 'twice as long' in 2020
Crash repairs and engine changes will take significantly longer at grands prix in 2020, Racing Point technical boss Andy Green has warned. Read more.
Mugello 'so close' to 2020 F1 race deal - mayor
It is "practically certain" that Italy will host a second grand prix in 2020. Read more.