- After his one-off outings last year as a substitute for Racing Point, Nico Hulkenberg looks increasingly likely to be named official test and reserve driver for the rebranded Aston Martin squad for the upcoming 2021 season (F1-insider.com

- Four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has decided to sell a number of cars from his collection - featuring Ferraris including a 2016 LaFerrari, 2004 Ferrari Enzo, 1996 Ferrari F50, 2016 Ferrari F12dtf, and the 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale (Tom Hartley Jnr, Instagram)

- Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has played down a suggestion former Mercedes power unit designer Andy Cowell could be a target for their newly formed engine division (RaceFans

- F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali says that Miami is not the only location being targeted as the championship looks to add a second race in the US, with former grand prix venue Indianapolis also "in the equation” (Autoweek

- The new budget cap regulations for the 2021 F1 season will provide a “huge challenge” for Mercedes, according to technical director James Allison, as it looks to adopts a more efficient approach to its development (Countdown to W12 with James Allison, Mercedes

- McLaren’s Lando Norris has revealed details of his Covid-19 diagnosis, admitting that he felt “very drained” during the period (Motorsport Week

- 533 days after his FIA F2 crash at Spa that put him in a coma and left him severely injured, Juan Manuel Correa has got back behind the wheel of a single-seater car ahead of his return to racing this year with French squad ART in FIA F3 



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