Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Friday, July 19.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, July 19.
Friday morning's headlines:
Marko urges Vettel to leave Ferrari
Dr Helmut Marko thinks Sebastian Vettel needs to "change the team" he drives for in order to get his Formula 1 career back on track. Read more.
McLaren cannot win unless F1 changes - Seidl
Andreas Seidl says McLaren cannot return to title-winning form unless Formula 1 changes. Read more.
Alonso says F1 still 'not attractive enough'
Fernando Alonso has played down speculation that he is pushing for a return to Formula 1. Read more.
Melbourne to host Australian Grand Prix until 2025
Melbourne to host Australian Grand Prix until 2025 Read more.
McLaren denies Renault-only 'party mode'
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl has denied that Renault's works team has a "party mode" setting that is not available to its customer. Read more.
Bottas must work harder to beat Hamilton - Rosberg
The "only way" Valtteri Bottas can beat Lewis Hamilton is for the Finn to work harder. Read more.
W Series champion to get Super Licence points
Female drivers in the new all-women 'W Series' championship will get points towards a Formula 1 Super Licence. Read more.
FIA vows to improve 2021 front wing aesthetics
The FIA is still working on the design of the front nose and wing of the chassis regulations for 2021. Read more.
Russell 'not worried' about reputation
George Russell says he is "not worried" that the start of his F1 career sees him stranded at the back of the grid. Read more.
Vettel should be Leclerc's number 2 - Baldisserri
Ferrari should consider making Sebastian Vettel the 'number 2' driver behind Charles Leclerc. Read more.
Zandvoort will 'surprise' with exciting racing
The designer in charge of revamping Zandvoort for 2020 says the Dutch GP can be surprisingly exciting. Read more.
Alfa Romeo confirms designer Resta's exit
The path is clear for Simone Resta to return to Ferrari as chief designer. Read more.
Mexico set to get new F1 race deal
Mexico could be set to escape Liberty Media's race axe. Read more.
No manufacturer has broken 1000hp barrier yet
No engine manufacturer in Formula 1 has reached the magic '1000 horsepower' figure yet. Read more.