Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, January 21.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, January 21.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Hamilton 'fitter than ever' for 2020
Lewis Hamilton says he feels "fitter than ever" as he targets a record-equalling seventh world championship in 2020. Read more.
Marko plays down Vergne's F1 return chances
Dr Helmut Marko has all but ruled out a return to Formula 1 for Jean-Eric Vergne. Read more.
Alonso could have won 2019 title - Briatore
"Five or six drivers" could have won the 2019 world championship at the wheel of Mercedes' car. Read more.
Tall Ocon happy to fit in 2020 Renault cockpit
Esteban Ocon may not have raced since 2018, but he is already hard at work as he prepares for his Formula 1 return with the works Renault team. Read more.
Williams aims to debut 2020 car on first test day
Claire Williams is expecting the struggling British team to be ready for the very first day of winter testing next month. Read more.
No big step for McLaren in 2020 - Brown
Zak Brown is not expecting McLaren to be much higher in the pecking order in 2020. Read more.
F1 door 'not closed' to Hockenheim
Formula 1's door is "not closed" to Hockenheim, according to Thomas Reister. Read more.
McLaren confirms Alonso split
Fernando Alonso and McLaren have officially split. Read more.
Haas to revert to 2018 colours in 2020
Haas looks set to revert to its 2018 style livery this year, according to Germany's Auto Motor und Sport. Read more.