Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, August 27.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, August 27.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Kubica plays down Russell 'hate' claims
Robert Kubica has played down teammate George Russell's claims about online hate directed towards him. Read more.
McLaren plays down Norris leg injury
McLaren is playing down an injury to race driver Lando Norris. Read more.
Berger thinks Vettel could quit Ferrari
Gerhard Berger thinks it is possible that Sebastian Vettel will pull out of his Ferrari contract. Read more.
Kvyat respects Red Bull's decision on Albon-Gasly
Daniil Kvyat says he "respectfully" accepts Red Bull's decision to overlook him for the second race seat at the energy drink outfit's top F1 team. Read more.
Honda 'completely different' to Renault - Verstappen
Max Verstappen is still pleased with how Red Bull's new works collaboration with Honda is progressing. Read more.
No interest in being 2019 runner-up - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says he has no interest in finishing runner-up in 2019. Read more.
More reports say Bottas staying at Mercedes
Multiple authoritative media sources are now reporting that Valtteri Bottas will stay at Mercedes in 2020. Read more.
Kubica unsure about F1 future beyond 2019 body check tags ::
Robert Kubica says he isn't sure if he has a future in Formula 1 beyond 2019. Read more.
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