Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, September 17.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, September 17.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Red Bull questions FIA over Ferrari engine
Rival top teams are dubious about the performance of Ferrari's 2019 engine. Read more.
Hulkenberg denies Haas deal now signed
Nico Hulkenberg has played down rumours he has now signed a deal to join Kevin Magnussen at Haas for 2020. Read more.
Era of less driver penalties 'correct' - Sainz
Carlos Sainz says he is happy that stewards are being more lenient with driver penalties. Read more.
Alonso 'doing well' in off-road rallying - Sainz
Fernando Alonso is doing "very well" as he adjusts to the world of off-road rallying, according to his friend Carlos Sainz. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton pays tribute to "living legend" Stirling Moss ahead of 90th birthday body check tags ::
World Championship leader describes Sir Stirling as "a living legend." Read more.
Farcical qualifying 'not a good look for F1' >