Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Sunday, July 5.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Sunday, July 5.
Sunday morning's headlines:
Black car may increase overheating risk - Wolff
Toto Wolff has admitted to some concern about Mercedes' new black livery. Read more.
Two drivers breach coronavirus rules in Austria
Two breaches of F1's strict coronavirus measures have emerged from Austria. Read more.
Former drivers think Binotto's job at risk
Mattia Binotto's job may be on the line after Ferrari got its 2020 campaign off to a miserable start in Austria. Read more.
Five F1 drivers refusing to kneel - source
There are rumours of growing tension among Formula 1 drivers over Lewis Hamilton's recent political activism. Read more.
Wolff, Hamilton deny arguing over money
Toto Wolff and Lewis Hamilton have denied they are arguing about the monetary value of the six-time world champion's next Mercedes contract. Read more.
Wolff's talks about future in 'good direction'
Toto Wolff says talks about his future at Mercedes are heading in a "good direction". Read more.
Red Bull not ruling out designing 'DAS' system
Red Bull is looking into getting a Mercedes-style 'DAS' steering system up and running on its 2020 car. Read more.
Major sporting events to go ahead as Government announces quarantine exemptions
The new measures mean that Silverstone can stage Formula One races. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton suggests racism issue in F1 amid divided stance on taking a knee
During a virtual meeting of all 20 drivers on Friday, the topic of taking a knee was discussed but the drivers failed to reach a unanimous decision. Read more.
Valtteri Bottas beats Lewis Hamilton to pole at Austrian Grand Prix
Red Bull's Max Verstappen qualified third. Read more.
F1 drivers split over whether to take the knee ahead of Austrian Grand Prix
Premier League players have been taking a knee before games. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton completes clean sweep of Austrian Grand Prix practice sessions
The six-time world champion was fastest again on Friday morning. Read more.
No positive coronavirus tests ahead of F1 return
The first race takes place in Austria on Sunday. Read more.
Alonso the 'logical choice' for Renault - Villeneuve
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks Fernando Alonso would be a good choice as Renault looks to complete its 2021 driver lineup. Read more.
Abiteboul admits 2021 talks with Alonso
Cyril Abiteboul has rejected speculation that Renault and Daniel Ricciardo might part ways even before the end of the 2020 season. Read more.
Wolff suggests Mercedes seat unlikely for Vettel
Toto Wolff has played down Sebastian Vettel's hopes of switching to the works Mercedes team for 2021. Read more.
Binotto admits Ferrari axe 'surprised' Vettel
Mattia Binotto has confirmed that Ferrari alone decided to oust Sebastian Vettel at the end of 2020. Read more.
'Three groups' in 2020 hierarchy - Grosjean
The field of 2020 is split into three distinct groups in terms of pace, according to Haas driver Romain Grosjean. Read more.
Wolff denies Hamilton distracted by politics
Lewis Hamilton's boss has denied the six-time world champion is becoming distracted from his commitment to Formula 1. Read more.
F1 sticking with 'corona era' for now - Masi
At least for the next eight races, Formula 1 will stick with what Carlos Sainz described in Austria as a "very aggressive new normal". Read more.
Technical controversies fire up in Austria
Technical controversy has returned to Formula 1 as the sport finally emerges from its long coronavirus slumber. Read more.