- According to AMuS, Ferrari is likely to introduce its upgraded power unit at the Turkish Grand Prix. Reportedly, it will give Ferrari between 10 to 15 horsepower. 

- The calendar for the 2022 Formula 1 season is taking shape.

RaceFans has revealed a provisional schedule for next season with it starting in Bahrain on March 20. Saudi Arabia has been moved to March, while F1 will head to Miami on May 8.

- In the same report, Monaco will now be a three-day weekend with practice taking place on Friday, rather than the traditional Thursday.

- Guenther Steiner has revealed Haas is looking to confirm Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin as its 2022 line-up soon. (RTL)

- Ferrari junior Robert Shwartzman admits that his results in F2 this season don’t warrant a seat in F1.

He told Motorsport Week: “I think at this stage I don’t have enough results where I can say ‘look guys, I’m winning, I have a huge gap and why are you not talking about me’,” said Shwartzman.

“I think I still need to learn and improve myself in Formula 2, I have this second half [of the season] to do that, so [I’m] at this stage where I’m going to improve myself, then I will think a bit more about Formula 1.”

- David Coulthard believes George Russell will get ‘worn down’ by the ‘relentless’ Lewis Hamilton during their first year together as teammates. (Channel 4)

- Formula 2 points leader Oscar Piastri says he’s not in contention for the second Alfa Romeo seat alongside Valtteri Bottas for 2022. (Wide World of Sports)