- Former F1 team boss Eddie Jordan says he would ‘show Lewis Hamilton the door’ if the Briton is pushing too hard in his demands over a new contract with Mercedes, insisting the seven-time world champion is replaceable (F1Insider

“If I were the boss of Daimler, I would show him the door: Either you drive on our terms or you go. I would also tell him what Bernie Ecclestone said after Ayrton Senna's death: Even if Bernie was shocked and sad like everyone else, he was the first to regain his composure and said to us: 'Now stop whining: Everybody is replaceable.' Lewis should know that by now.”

- Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto insists the Italian has no regret in choosing not to make a blockbuster move for Hamilton (Sky Sports)

"I don't think there will be regret because at the end when we took some decisions, we took them thinking they were the right decisions and today we have a fantastic driver like Charles where we invested a lot as Ferrari. I think he's got a lot of talent. If he's got the right car, I'm pretty sure he can challenge Lewis Hamilton. We've made our choices, and I think together with Carlos we are very strong. I don't think there will be any regret."

- The Azerbaijan Grand Prix hopes to welcome fans for the return of its street race on the F1 calendar after last year’s Baku event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic (Caspian News

- Aston Martin has confirmed that its plans to open a new factory have been pushed back by 12 months - with the rebranded F1 team now set to unveil their new facility in August 2022 (Formula1.com

- Tim Goss has joined the FIA’s technical department following a 28-year stint working for McLaren’s F1 team (RaceFans

- Jenson Button believes F1 is set for a bright future with new regulations looming and a host of exciting young talents on the grid (PlanetF1

- Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas has continued his rallying exploits during the F1 off-season, as he claimed a sixth-place finish in the Arctic Lapland Rally, marking his third top-10 finish in the event in a row