- The “first real impact” of Formula 1’s new regulations will not be felt until at least 2023, according to Racing Point technical chief Andrew Green (Auto Motor und Sport

- F1’s motorsport director Ross Brawn says the sport has no short-term plans to add new teams to the series despite some interest being shown (RaceFans

- Mercedes is confident it can execute a safe restart to the delayed F1 season next month in Austria following its two-day private test at British Grand Prix venue Silverstone (RACER

- Former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone believes Sebastian Vettel should take a year out following his Ferrari departure in order to put himself in a stronger position to land a competitive drive in 2022 (Marca

- FIA race director Michael Masi has confirmed that F1 can race on Bahrain’s outer circuit layout but will not be able to do the same at Silverstone’s shorter track (Speedcafe

- Valtteri Bottas has admitted that Mercedes is worried about the threat Red Bull and Max Verstappen will pose at the opening two races of the revised 2020 F1 season in Austria (Sky Sports

- Mark Webber has warned drivers they should be prepared to have their necks snapped if F1 decides to hold a race at Italy’s Mugello circuit this season (Motorsport Week

- Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc wants to contest “the real Le Mans” after taking part in the Virtual 24 Hours of Le Mans event over the weekend (Formula 1

- Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit has begun a phased reopening of its facilities after getting the green light from the government (Khaleej Times

 

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