The Notebook: Ted Kravitz rounds up the latest news in Formula 1
Ted's weekly F1 update as sport moves closer to 2020 season start
Last Updated: 09/06/20 5:17pm
Ted Kravitz provides your essential Formula 1 update on the latest edition of The Notebook, with a delayed 2020 calendar prediction, plus reaction to Ross Brawn and Toto Wolff's recent Sky Sports F1 interviews.
The Sky F1 reporter discusses all the big topics, including what races could be following the eight so far confirmed in F1 2020 - and why street tracks such as Singapore and Baku will struggle to host events this year.
Could Mugello, a Ferrari-owned circuit, host the Scuderia's 1000th F1 race?
There's also a update from the United States after IndyCar gave us a glimpse of what a socially-distanced F1 race without fans could look like with their campaign-opener last weekend.
As well as having his say on Wolff's comments last week - after the Mercedes boss opened the door to Sebastian Vettel and revealed the reasons for snubbing reverse-grid races - Ted rounds up the news lines from Brawn's interview on the F1 Show on Monday.
Including on why F1 is backing Lewis Hamilton over his recent social media comments, and how the sport is trying to improve diversity.
Watch The Notebook in full by clicking play on the video above.