Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, August 2.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, August 2.
Friday morning's headlines:
Angry Hulkenberg sure his future is 'in Formula 1'
In Hungary on Thursday, it was clear that Nico Hulkenberg's mood had not significantly improved since he crashed out of the wet Hockenheim race just days ago. Read more.
Perez eyes new Racing Point contract
Sergio Perez has revealed that he is in talks about extending his stay at Racing Point. Read more.
'No idea' how Alfa appeal will go - Raikkonen
Alfa Romeo is pushing ahead with its appeal against lost points in Hockenheim. Read more.
Teams concerned about fines for safety-based penalties
A new penalty issued by the FIA in Hockenheim looks set to have a short shelf-life. Read more.
Russell admits 2020 Mercedes seat 'unlikely'
George Russell has admitted that a 2020 seat at Mercedes is "unlikely". Read more.
'Clear' that Verstappen staying put - Marko
Max Verstappen has played down sensational rumours that he could still switch to Mercedes for 2020. Read more.
Hulkenberg 'interesting' candidate for Haas - Steiner
Nico Hulkenberg is an "interesting option" for Haas for 2020. Read more.
F1 teams to decide 2020 Spanish GP fate
It could be up to the teams whether Barcelona keeps its place on the Formula 1 calendar for 2020. Read more.
Leclerc 'coping better' than Vettel - Vasseur
Charles Leclerc's former boss says he is surprised how quickly the 21-year-old has put serious pressure on Ferrari number 1 Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Former F1 players think Alonso return possible
Two experienced former F1 personalities think it is possible that Fernando Alonso will return to the grid. Read more.
Alfa Romeo undecided over German GP penalty appeal
Alfa Romeo has not decided whether to push ahead with its appeal against a penalty that cost both race drivers points at Hockenheim. Read more.