In today's F1 gossip, further races in Europe being considered as back-up, Ferrari expects no "bad behaviour" from Sebastian Vettel, and Red Bull intends to continue with Alex Albon beyond 2020...

- Formula 1 managing director of motorsports Ross Brawn says having further races in Europe “is an option” for the sport if planned flyaway races have to be cancelled (BBC

- Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto expects no “bad behaviour” from Sebastian Vettel in his final season with the team in 2020 (Marca

- Red Bull boss Christian Horner has reaffirmed that his team intends to continue with Alex Albon beyond the 2020 F1 season, despite Sebastian Vettel’s availability (Sky Sports

- Six-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says the ongoing protests around the death of George Floyd have brought back “vivid memories” of the racism he has faced in his life (ESPN

- Silverstone managing director Stuart Pringle expects both races this year to run in the “traditional format”, despite Formula 1’s efforts to experiment with changes on the second weekend of double-header events (BBC 5 Live Sport

- Ferrari is set to test its 2018-spec SF71H challenger at Fiorano this week as the Maranello squad looks to ramp up its preparations for the upcoming 2020 F1 season (La Gazzetta dello Sport

- Spa-Francorchamps has agreed new terms with Formula 1 to continue hosting the Belgian Grand Prix until at least 2022 (Motorsport Week)

- Heikki Kovalainen admits he ran out of energy trying to match Lewis Hamilton while they were teammates at McLaren between 2008 and 2009 (Formula 1

- Racing Point CEO Otmar Szafnauer believes restarting the Formula 1 season after Europe has spent so long in lockdown is going to feel strange (RACER



Loading Comments...