Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, September 4.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, September 4.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Juan Manuel Correa moved to UK hospital after fatal F2 crash in Belgium
Correa was injured during the crash that killed Anthoine Hubert on Saturday. Read more.
Bratches' F1 exit 'imminent' - source
Sean Bratches looks set to leave Formula 1. Read more.
Former Ferrari boss tips Vettel to hit back
Ferrari's former boss is tipping Sebastian Vettel to bounce back at Monza. Read more.
Verstappen 'almost better' than Hamilton - Sainz
Carlos Sainz has made a frank assessment of some of his rivals on the F1 grid. Read more.
Seidl unsure about Alonso contract situation
Andreas Seidl has played down suggestions that Fernando Alonso will advance plans to return to Formula 1 this weekend at Monza. Read more.
No Alonso comeback in 2020 - de la Rosa
Pedro de la Rosa does not think Fernando Alonso will return to Formula 1 in 2020. Read more.
Monza 'very close' to signing 2020 F1 contract
Monza is now "very close" to cementing its place on the 2020 calendar. Read more.
Salo defends Red Bull driver decisions
Former F1 driver Mika Salo has defended Red Bull's notorious driver development programme. Read more.
Ricciardo expects to 'learn' from Ocon
Daniel Ricciardo says he welcomes the arrival of a new teammate for 2020. Read more.
Honda must help solve poor race starts - Verstappen
Max Verstappen says Red Bull-Honda has to improve the way his car gets off the line at the start of races. Read more.
McLaren eyeing return to Mercedes power - report
McLaren could be looking to return to Mercedes power. Read more.
Albon was 'great' on Red Bull debut - Marko
Alex Albon has now secured the full public backing of his other Red Bull boss, Dr Helmut Marko. Read more.
F2 fatality no risk to Spa future
Spa Francorchamps will make circuit modifications before F1's return to Belgium in 2020. Read more.
Binotto denies Vettel now number 2 driver
Team boss Mattia Binotto has denied that Sebastian Vettel is now Ferrari's number 2 driver. Read more.
Giovanazzi future in doubt once again
Antonio Giovinazzi's future is suddenly under a dark cloud once again. Read more.
Schumacher needs another F2 season - Domenicali body check tags ::
Mick Schumacher should spend another season in Formula 2. Read more.
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