Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, January 22.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, January 22.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Miami Grand Prix: Proposed route changed amid complaints from locals
It would be the first F1 race in Florida since the 1959 Unites States Grand Prix. Read more.
Russell would consider F1 team 'offers'
George Russell says he will keep his eye out for "offers" from more competitive F1 teams. Read more.
2020 Alfa Romeo 'completely new' - Vasseur
Alfa Romeo is building a "completely new car" for 2020, team boss Frederic Vasseur has admitted. Read more.
Sources say 2020 Ferrari has 'serious' aero flaw
More rumblings about trouble with Ferrari's 2020 car are emerging. Read more.
No Maranello launch for 2020 Ferrari
Ferrari will not launch its 2020 car at the team's famous Maranello headquarters on 11 February. Read more.
Surgeon says Schumacher 'very different' today
Secret photos of F1 legend Michael Schumacher were offered to publications for $1.3 million, according to Britain's Mirror newspaper. Read more.
Marko wants super licence system overhaul
Dr Helmut Marko wants Formula 1 to revisit the rules concerning how drivers qualify for a super licence. Read more.
News about Kubica's DTM seat 'soon' - sponsor
More news about Robert Kubica's future will be forthcoming "soon", according to his backer. Read more.
Williams admits Nissany could race in 2021
Claire Williams has admitted that Roy Nissany, the team's new test driver, could be on the grid in 2021. Read more.
Grosjean thinks about life after F1
Romain Grosjean has admitted he has given some thought to life after Formula 1. Read more.
Miami working through F1 race 'issues'
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Miami is working through the "issues" standing in the way of F1's second grand prix in America. Read more.