Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, August 14.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, August 14.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Vettel defends Ferrari boss Binotto
Sebastian Vettel has defended his Ferrari team boss. Read more.
Sponsor, Williams, still supporting Kubica
Robert Kubica's major sponsor is continuing to support the Pole. Read more.
Brown to discuss Alonso's 2020 plans at Monza
Zak Brown says he will talk about Fernando Alonso's future at the forthcoming Italian GP. Read more.
Briatore starts political movement
Flavio Briatore is entering politics. Read more.
Villeneuve tells Mercedes to keep Bottas
Jacques Villeneuve does not think Mercedes should drop Valtteri Bottas. Read more.
Verstappen supports Red Bull's driver decision
Max Verstappen has backed Red Bull's decision to axe Pierre Gasly. Read more.
F1 looking into alternative fuels - Carey
Chase Carey has vowed to push ahead with introducing non-fossil fuels in Formula 1. Read more.
Gasly to show 'true value' back at Toro Rosso
Pierre Gasly is vowing to push on after being dumped by Red Bull's premier team. Read more.
Raikkonen 'drives without instructions' - Zehnder
Alfa Romeo, formerly Sauber, is more than impressed with Kimi Raikkonen. Read more.
'No reason' to change Ferrari drivers - Binotto
Mattia Binotto says Ferrari will head into 2020 with an unchanged driver lineup. Read more.
Verstappen's father thinks Hamilton is rattled body check tags ::
Max Verstappen's father thinks the on-form Red Bull driver has rattled reigning five time world champion and 2019 championship leader Lewis Hamilton. Read more.
Vettel defends Ferrari boss Binotto >