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- Stefano Domenicali's move to become the president and CEO of Formula 1 was confirmed on Friday - Formula 1 team bosses have backed Stefano Domenicali as the right man to take over from Chase Carey as the new CEO of the F1 organisation - Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes Formula 1 should only trial reversed grids through a non-championship race amid mounting opposition for the proposal - Fernando Alonso's return to the Formula 1 cockpit with Renault could be during a filming day or even a 2018 car, reckons team boss Cyril Abiteboul - Valtteri Bottas topped a disrupted opening practice session at Formula 1's 2020 Russian Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton ending up 19th after his run on the softest tyres was interrupted - Lando Norris is conducting further testing with the McLaren Formula 1 team's new nose in Sochi on Friday that may be run for the remainder of the weekend - Aston Martin is set to adopt the classic British racing green colours for its Formula 1 car livery in 2021 upon the brand's works return to the grid
- Former Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is named the new president and chief executive officer of Formula 1. - Former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali is appointed as Formula 1's new chief executive, succeeding Chase Carey. - Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas is fastest in an incident-packed first practice session at the Russian Grand Prix. - Most Formula 1 drivers are opposed to the idea of holding reverse-grid sprint races in place of qualifying next year. - Lewis Hamilton says he expects to be told he cannot wear a T-shirt bearing anti-racism messages on the podium. - Fernando Alonso says he decided to return to Formula 1 because he loves the sport. - Ex-Formula 1 driver Alex Zanardi shows "signs of interaction" and has made "significant progress" after a road accident," say doctors.