- Max Verstappen has unveiled his new helmet design for the 2019 Formula 1 season, opting for a whiter design that also includes some of his regular features, including the lion on the top (Twitter)

- Verstappen has enjoyed a "positive" first run in the Honda-powered RB15 car on Red Bull's simulator, with its on-track debut set to follow later this month in Barcelona (Verstappen.nl)

- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has until the summer to decide upon a possible buy-out of Alfa Romeo Racing, which changed its name from Sauber last week (Autobild)

- The British government has approved the extradition of former Force India team owner Vijay Mallya to India as part of his long-running legal battles (Reuters)

- McLaren announced a new sponsorship deal with Swedish company Huski Chocolate on Tuesday. Its logos will appear on the MCL34 car, as well as on the race overalls of drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz Jr. (McLaren)

- Fernando Alonso feels Ferrari's appointment of Mattia Binotto as team principal is "a good thing", the Italian marque having ousted Maurizio Arrivabene from the role last month (Corriere della Sera)

- McLaren Applied Technologies has appointed former Qualcomm senior executive Anthony Murray as its new CEO (McLaren)

- Ex-McLaren F1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne isn't considering any racing outside of Formula E at present, saying the all-electric series will remain his main programme moving forward (racefans.net)

- Former Sauber driver Felipe Nasr is set to make his Formula E debut later this month, replacing Maximilian Günther at Dragon Racing (e-racing365)



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