Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Saturday, July 13.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Saturday, July 13.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Williams upgrade 'doesn't change much' - Kubica
Claire Williams says Robert Kubica remains an important part of the British team. Read more.
Seidl denies rescuing McLaren from debacle
Andreas Seidl has denied that his arrival was the key to McLaren's surge in 2019 form. Read more.
2021 rules will decide Vettel's F1 future
Sebastian Vettel says he wants to know the details of the 2021 rules before re-committing to Formula 1. Read more.
Horner plays down F1 top job rumours
Christian Horner has played down speculation he might be in the running to replace Chase Carey as F1's post-2020 chief executive. Read more.
Haas title sponsor could be bankrupted
Haas' disruptive and highly controversial title sponsor could be wound up. Read more.
Todt wants F1 to bring back refuelling
Jean Todt says he is an advocate for the potential return of refuelling in Formula 1. Read more.
Schumacher 'communication' not the same - Todt
Jean Todt has admitted that "communication" with Michael Schumacher is now compromised. Read more.
Pirelli tyres struggle on new Silverstone surface
Pirelli's controversial 2019 tyres are getting a special workout this weekend at Silverstone. Read more.
Designer Resta returning to Ferrari - source
Ferrari's former chief designer is returning to the Maranello team. Read more.
McLaren would release Alonso for 2020 return
McLaren will "support" Fernando Alonso's potential return to Formula 1 next year. Read more.
Hamilton slams Sunday sports clashes
Lewis Hamilton has hit out at the sporting clashes that will come to a head on Sunday. Read more.
Jenson Button: 'Lewis Hamilton could win 10 world titles'
The 34-year-old heads into the British Grand Prix on course to take his sixth F1 crown. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton second to Valtteri Bottas in Silverstone practice
Red Bull's Pierre Gasly had been the surprise pacesetter in the first running at Silverstone. Read more.
Pierre Gasly sets pace in opening practice at British Grand Prix
Red Bull driver Gasly was fastest in the opening running at Silverstone. Read more.
A complete guide to a blockbuster weekend of sporting action on TV
A bumper weekend of sporting action awaits, whatever the weather. Read more.
Vettel not keen on 'fancy' London GP
Sebastian Vettel has suggested that Formula 1 should scrap its plans to take the sport to the city of London. Read more.
Williams admits struggling Kubica 'frustrated'
In the midst of its awful 2019 season, Williams is looking ahead to the future. Read more.
Monza on verge of new five-year F1 contract
Monza is now on the cusp of sealing its place on the 2020 F1 calendar. Read more.
Perez welcomes new gravel at Silverstone
Sergio Perez has welcomed the addition of new gravel traps at Silverstone. Read more.
Kvyat 'calm' amid Gasly speculation
Daniil Kvyat insists he is "calm" amid speculation about Pierre Gasly's future at Red Bull. Read more.
Title sponsor drama continues at Haas
A ludicrous drama about Haas' title sponsor is continuing to dominate the headlines ahead of the British GP. Read more.