- F1 is set for cars that feature even more futuristic front-wing designs from the 2021 season (Formula1.com)

- F1 is unlikely to approve a rules change to introduce two mandatory pit stops to grand prix racing (RaceFans)

- Nico Hulkenberg is not on Red Bull’s radar for its sole-remaining 2020 seat alongside Max Verstappen, according to team boss Christian Horner (Sky Sports

- Robert Kubica says he wants to get back to competitive racing next year after a frustrating campaign anchored to the back of the F1 grid in uncompetitive machinery (Motorsport Week

- Pierre Gasly says he is driving “more naturally” in Toro Rosso’s 2019 challenger following his struggles adapting to Red Bull’s RB15 earlier this year.

The Frenchman said: It feels different in many ways. Of course, it’s difficult to compare the two cars where they are.

“It is surprising to me how much different the feeling can be between two Formula 1 cars. Of course, I’m still not 100% comfortable in the car, for me to be more competitive after two races.

“But I’m feeling quite comfortable, I can extract the performance from the car. There are things we can adjust to my liking but this comes from more time with the engineers to get more comfortable in the Toro Rosso.

“I’m driving a bit more naturally with this car. I don’t feel like I’m doing any particular changes. It’s difficult, I don’t want to make any judgements on the two cars but now I’m driving the way I’ve been driving in the past which seems to work well with that car.”

 

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