- Helmut Marko has revealed Red Bull wanted to keep Carlos Sainz in the Red Bull family. (formel1.de)

- Nico Rosberg says he sees similarities between Fernando Alonso's return to F1 and Michael Schumacher's comeback in 2010. (SpeedWeek)

- Christian Horner has hit out at Renault, as he reflected on Red Bull’s relationship with the French manufacturer.

Red Bull and Renault parted ways at the end of 2018.

Speaking on the High Performance podcast, Horner revealed Renault lacked the ambition and motivation to improve on its results in the sport.

"But his heart was never in Formula One, it was just a marketing thing that ticked the box. That passion and drive - if he didn't have it, how could you expect it to flow through his organisation? Their current CEO is full of passion and that will drive performance and results because it comes from the top."

- 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard has labelled F1’s endless tyre chatter as “super-boring”. (RaceFans)

- Zak Brown has ruled out the possibility of McLaren returning to the top level of global endurance racing for 2023. (Motorsport Week)

- CEO Stefano Domenicali says Formula 1 and MotoGP are working together to help improve both championships.

He told MotoGP’s official website: “Yes, we are in touch working together to improve our platform.”

“We can learn from each other in a very significant way, so that is the right way to go and to move forward.

“We have the privilege of being two incredible motorsport platforms, and it would be wrong not to work together, and above all it would be great to be friends.”