– According to AMuS, A first race in Qatar could be on the cards as F1 looks to replace the already-cancelled Australian Grand Prix. A second race in Bahrain is also a possibility.
Should the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka be cancelled then F1 might run a double-header at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin.
Journalist Joe Saward reckons the United States Grand Prix could be potentially moved to accommodate an earlier Brazilain Grand Prix, twinned with a race in Mexico.
– 2016 Formula 1 champion Nico Rosberg has finally given his opinion on the incident involving former teammate Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at the British Grand Prix.
He told Express Sport: “It was a racing incident. I mean everybody is going to the limits, it’s normal when you’re fighting for a race win at the Silverstone Grand Prix and you’re fighting for a championship and everything is so closely fought, and you know the importance of coming out of the first lap first.
“It makes a huge difference on the race results so, racing incidents and just everybody going to the limits.”
– The FIA has delayed new rules that are aimed at slowing down pit stops. (Motorsport Week)
– Zak Brown says McLaren’s excuses for not being title contenders in F1 will run out in 2024 after it designs its first car with the aid of a new wind tunnel. (GPFans)
– Ex-F1 driver Ralf Schumacher believes internal disputes are hampering Aston Martin’s progress in 2021. (Sport Bild)
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