- The McLaren Group is considering the sale of a minority stake in its Formula 1 team as it tries to raise hundreds of millions of pounds to steer it through the COVID-19 crisis (Sky

- Lewis Hamilton has been praised for helping hasten Formula 1’s push to become more diverse, with the sport planning a “major announcement” on its aims to promote greater diversity and inclusion in the near future (RaceFans

- Haas boss Guenther Steiner says the measures Formula 1 has taken to future-proof itself during the coronavirus pandemic has exposed just how financially flawed its model has been (ESPN

- Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes Ferrari could still have a power unit edge over his team heading into the delayed 2020 season (RACER

- The FIA has approved biometric underwear for drivers to wear with small sensors built into it which measure vital functions including breathing and heart rate (AutoBild

- Mercedes will adapt the technology of its F1 MGU-H engine component for use in their Mercedes-AMG supercars for a future production model (Formula 1

- Williams driver George Russell has returned to the track to do some karting ahead of the new season (Twitter)

- Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc got back behind the wheel of Ferrari F1 machinery as he gave the residents of Maranello a noisy wake-up call on Thursday morning (Instagram) 


Good morning Maranello ! Sorry if I woke you up this morning, I was just going to work

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