Mick Schumacher is joining the Formula 1 grid for 2021, with Haas confirming the German will partner Nikita Mazepin in a new-look driver line-up.
Britain's George Russell will replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes for this weekend's Sakhir GP after the seven-time champion was ruled out through coronavirus.
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has told Sky Sports that he hopes Romain Grosjean will be "physically and mentally ready" to finish his Formula 1 career with the team at the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP - but will give the Frenchman and his family time to decide.
As Lewis Hamilton cruised to the 11th Formula 1 victory of a title-winning 2020 season at Sunday's Bahrain GP, George Russell was 12th. It equalled the second-best finish of his two-year F1 career so far, in which he has - despite admirable efforts - yet to score a point in a Williams car that has frequently been the slowest on the grid.
Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, has outlined its plan for the investigation into Romain Grosjean's terrifying fiery crash in the Bahrain GP.
With Britain leaving the European Union, there are new laws as of January 1 - and that means new regulations in next month's transfer window, which could have previously restricted the signings of Paul Pogba, Cesc Fabregas and Hector Bellerin among others.