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Carlos Sainz Sr is keeping his cards close to his chest about his son’s potential move to Ferrari – but did say “things are accelerating”.
Pirelli’s motorsport chief Mario Isola says it will be hard for the company to comply with social distancing when the season starts because they are “everywhere”.
Max Verstappen has said that he doesn’t expect the driver with the “Italian sounding name” to be Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari replacement.
Martin Brundle has said he does not “necessarily see a home” for Sebastian Vettel in the wake of his Ferrari exit announcement.
Toto Wolff has said Mercedes are committed to their current drivers, but “cannot ignore” that Sebastian Vettel is available from next season.
The 2021 predictions are coming in thick and fast after it was confirmed that Sebastian Vettel will not be renewing his contract with Ferrari.
Christian Horner is adamant customer cars are the solution to F1’s problems as they are cheap and can be competitive.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has said there was a joint decision that the time was ultimately right for the team and Sebastian Vettel to go their separate ways.
The UK government’s lockdown policies may not be what prevents a British GP, rather it could be Silverstone’s “unreasonable demands”.
When the dust settles on the financial crisis, Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says F1 may be short a manufacturer or two.