- Porsche and the Volkswagen Group would be open to entering Formula 1 on the basis that the new 2025 engine regulations were centred around e-fuels and a greater focus on sustainability. (BBC)

Porsche Motorsport vice-president Fritz Enzinger told BBC Sport: "It would be of great interest if aspects of sustainability - for instance, the implementation of e-fuels - play a role in this. Should these aspects be confirmed, we will evaluate them in detail within the VW Group and discuss further steps.

"Porsche and Volkswagen AG are observing the constantly changing regulations in all relevant racing series around the world. This is also the case with regard to the emerging new engine and drivetrain regulation for Formula 1 from 2025."

- The Volkswagen Group has reportedly held initial talks with three current F1 teams - Red Bull, Williams and McLaren. (BBC).

- Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel has hit out at F1's sprint race proposals, saying: “from my point of view it makes no sense.” (Motorsport Week)

- AlphaTauri has struck a partnership with streaming giant DAZN. Japanese rookie Yuki Tsunoda will undertake a brand ambassador role. (AlphaTauri)

- Fernando Alonso has unveiled his new helmet ahead of his return to F1 in 2021. It sports the Alpine blue alongside yellow and red.

- It hasn't been all plain-sailing for Max Verstappen in the world of sim racing after the Dutchman crashed out while battling for the lead in the VCO ProSim Series at Spa-Francorchamps. (VCO Esports)

 

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