Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Thursday, October 10.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Thursday, October 10.
Thursday morning's headlines:
Lewis Hamilton backing F1 chiefs over Typhoon Hagibis
The Mercedes driver says organisers are doing the best they can. Read more.
F1 considers axing Saturday at Suzuka
Formula 1 is considering calling off all activity at Suzuka on Saturday. Read more.
Mercedes working hard to catch Ferrari - Hamilton
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes is "working hard" to catch up with Ferrari. Read more.
Ferrari still supports Vettel - Fittipaldi
Ferrari still wants Sebastian Vettel to win races. Read more.
Ricciardo settles $12m manager lawsuit
Daniel Ricciardo has settled a $12 million lawsuit with his former manager. Read more.
Renault could offer Hulkenberg reserve role
Renault could offer Nico Hulkenberg the reserve driver role for 2020. Read more.
Renault in talks with potential new F1 teams
Cyril Abiteboul says Renault has been in touch with potential new F1 teams. Read more.
F1 making 'plans' for Suzuka typhoon
Formula 1 has "plans" in place as a top-category typhoon races into Suzuka. Read more.
Verstappen says 'wait and see' to typhoon
Amid huge expectations from the Japanese people, Max Verstappen is adopting a "wait and see" approach to the race at Suzuka. Read more.
Impact of Typhoon Hagibis on Rugby World Cup still uncertain
World Rugby is expected to announce whether any matches must be cancelled. Read more.
Japanese Grand Prix: The key talking points
Lewis Hamilton is close to clinching a sixth world title. Read more.
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F1 considering combustion engine freeze for 2021
F1 is considering a freeze on the internal combustion engine part of the current 'power units' from 2021. Read more.
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