In today’s Formula 1 Gossip column, the fallout from the collision between Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc including its future consequences, plus Jenson Button’s latest racing return and Andreas Seidl’s plans at McLaren.

- Ross Brawn says the Ferrari drivers must accept blame in order to move on from their controversial collision during the Brazilian Grand Prix which took them both out of the race. (Reuters)

- While the Ferrari drivers have cleared the air there has been no formal meeting between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at Maranello. Both drivers have been in regular contact with the team. (BBC Sport)

- But Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto will use the Brazilian GP clash to lay down the rules of engagement between his two drivers going into 2020 to avoid repeat incidents in the future. (Racer)

- Jenson Button makes a one-off appearance racing at the Baja 1000 for Rocket Motorsport which takes place in Ensenada on Mexico’s western desert coast. (Sky Sports)

- Andreas Seidl talks about his plans with McLaren and how he wants to fight for F1 world titles with both Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris. McLaren has already secured fourth place in the 2019 F1 world constructors’ championship, its best result since 2012. (AS)

- Lewis Hamilton makes a special appearance on the BBC’s The Graham Norton Show. (BBC)

- Carlos Sainz reveals how he celebrated his maiden F1 podium after the Brazilian GP including shaving his trainer’s head and his godfather getting a 55 tattoo! (