- Charles Leclerc's new Ferrari Formula 1 contract saw his wage be more than tripled to the region of 9 million euros per year, according to a report that revealed his five-year deal would be announced on Monday. Leclerc is now locked in at Ferrari until the end of the 2024 season (Corriere della Sera)

- Lando Norris let frustration get the better of him on a number of occasions through 2019 after some setbacks out of his control, such as in Belgium and Mexico, but the Briton is eager to learn from it for next year as part of his development (Motorsport Week)

- Mick Schumacher won't get an expanded F1 testing programme with Alfa Romeo in 2020 as his focus lies on winning the Formula 2 title, according to team chief Frederic Vasseur (Planet F1)

- A documentary on the 2019 Formula 2 season titled "Chasing The Dream" will be released in January on F1's in-house TV platform, split into five episodes (Essentially Sports)

- Former F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone's annual Christmas card cartoon makes light of the sport's approach to stewarding and driver standards for 2019 (Auto Motor und Sport)

- Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Alexander Albon have got into the Christmas spirit in the team's unique style, complete with terrible cracker jokes, jazzy jumpers and even some presents in their end-of-season video (Twitter)

- A host of famous names and celebrities featured in Pirelli's hot lap scheme in Formula 1 this year. This video takes a look back at some of the best bits from 2019 (Formula 1)

 

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