In the round-up: Enzo Ferrari’s son Piero describes his father’s desire to win the Indianapolis 500, after team principal Mattia Binotto indicated they could return to IndyCar racing following F1’s budget cap reduction.
"We are working on a plan to help forecast what we think is going to be reasonable, but looking through the end of December, we don’t have any indications at this stage that we would be able to mitigate risk enough to have large events, particularly ones (with) over 2,500 (attendees)."
"Two events have been canceled for 2020 due to local restrictions surrounding the pandemic: the Indy Richmond 300 on Saturday, June 27 at Richmond Raceway and the Honda Indy Toronto on Sunday, July 12 on the streets of Toronto."
"Investors in McLaren’s existing £525m bond issued in 2017 are fiercely resisting the move. They argue that the company already pledged these assets to them in that deal, when the debt was raised to buy out a stake owned by the group’s former chairman Ron Dennis."
"(The performance difference of cars) was my biggest problem in Formula 1, knowing that I was never coming to a race track to fight for a podium. That was my biggest problem because the car was not at the strongest."
"A professional racing cockpit manufacturer based in Australia seems to have confirmed than Gran Turismo 7 will be be out this year this year which means it could be one of Sony’s big launch titles for PlayStation 5."
Marcus Armstrong, Dan Ticktum, Callumm Ilott, Luca Ghiotto, Robert Shwartzman, Arthur Leclerc, Louis Deletraz, Juan Manuel Correa, Jack Aitken, Nobuharu Matsushita, Felipe Drugovich, Artem Markelov and Enzo Fittipaldi are among those who will take part.