- Former team principal Stefano Domenicali has been linked with a potential return to Ferrari in the near future as speculation surrounding the future of chairman Louis C. Camilleri continues to swirl. Domenicali has been the CEO of Lamborghini for the past three years (Corriere dello Sport)

- Sergey Sirotkin is targeting a long-term return to Formula 1 following his exit from Williams at the end of 2018, but is currently focused on his activities with Russian backer SMP Racing, with his next race due to be a WEC appearance at Sebring in March (FormulaSpy.com)

- A scheduled meeting of the F1 Commission in Geneva this week has reportedly been cancelled at short notice, increasing the pressure on stakeholders to get planned regulation and commercial changes pushed through for 2021 (racefans.net)

- Ex-Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta is on course to win the Asian Le Mans Series title for United Autosports - the sports car marque owned by McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown - after winning the penultimate race of the season in Thailand alongside teammate Phil Hanson (Sportscar365)

- Lewis Hamilton would find a three-way title fight between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull "epic" in 2019 as he bids to become only the second six-time world champion in F1 history (F1.com)

- Hamilton has spent the last few days hitting the waves with 11-time surfing world champion Kelly Slater in California (Instagram)

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