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The FIA has reached a private 'settlement' with Ferrari over its power unit from last year, after concluding an investigation into its engine.
Ferrari says that Formula 1 teams must be given assurances about the risks they may face at the Australian Grand Prix over coronavirus implications before staff start travelling to Melbourne.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes is battling "plenty of problems", as he admitted the engine reliability dramas that have hit the team are a worry.
Racing Point technical director Andy Green has not dismissed the idea of his team being a threat to Ferrari at the start of the season.
Ferrari is hoping for a swift conclusion to contract talks with Sebastian Vettel to keep the German beyond the end of this year.
Sergio Perez says the new Racing Point is the best Formula 1 car he has had in his career, but he still does not know how strong his team will be at the start of the season.
Renault says that Racing Point's so-called 'pink Mercedes' tactic is a "slightly concerning" step for Formula 1.
Ferrari has moved to restrict all non-critical business travel and is limiting access to its factory in response to the developing coronavirus situation in Italy.
Red Bull and Honda have set sights on getting through the Formula 1 season without a single engine change penalty this season, amid growing optimism about the reliability of Honda's 2020 power unit.
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl says his team has had its "best start" to testing for many years, as it plans to bring a batch of updates to Barcelona next week.
An upset Alain Prost says "stupid" moves by governments to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars risk killing the European car industry – and will leave Formula 1 facing some tough decisions.
Honda has opened talks with Red Bull about extending its future in Formula 1 beyond 2021, but says its situation is complicated by the financial pressure on its parent road car company because of moves to electrification.
Mercedes’ first Formula 1 2020 pre-season test may have looked like it ran like clockwork, but it has emerged that the German car manufacturer did have some reliability concerns after being forced to change an engine.