Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Sunday, July 28.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Sunday, July 28.
Sunday morning's headlines:
Binotto's Vettel comments 'brutal' - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg has described Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto's latest comments about Sebastian Vettel as "brutal". Read more.
Hockenheim could be stand-by race for 2020
Hockenheim's best chance of staying on the F1 calendar is if the projects in Vietnam or Zandvoort falter. Read more.
Magnussen also wants to drive old Haas car
Haas' two race drivers are lobbying for the return of the team's Melbourne specification car. Read more.
Wolff prepared to let Ocon join rival team
Toto Wolff says he is ready to let Mercedes reserve Esteban Ocon leave the team at the end of 2019. Read more.
Ocon was 'ready' to replace sick Hamilton
Esteban Ocon says he was ready to step into Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes ahead of qualifying at Hockenheim. Read more.
Vettel 'deserves respect' - Todt
FIA president Jean Todt has leapt to the defence of Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
F1 may reduce budget cap number in future - Todt
Formula 1 will look to reduce the budget cap figure that will be introduced in 2021. Read more.
Stewards took 'new direction' in Austria - Warwick
A Formula 1 steward has contradicted race director Michael Masi's claim that officials have not become more lenient with the drivers. Read more.
Ferrari need to 'cure their illness' - Mercedes boss Wolff
A double mechanical failure was the latest in a series of mishaps from Ferrari. Read more.
Hamilton bags Germany pole as mechanical issues strike both Ferrari's
Sebastian Vettel will start his home race from the back of the grid Read more.
Charles Leclerc fastest in final practice at Hockenheim
The Ferrari driver finished 0.168 second clear of Red Bull's Max Verstappen in final practice Read more.
Sainz 'scared' to see McLaren rivals improve
Carlos Sainz says it "scares" him that McLaren may be dropping down the F1 pecking order in 2019. Read more.
Barcelona denies 2020 Spanish GP deal done
Barcelona has denied reports that it has rescued the embattled Spanish GP for 2020. Read more.
Boss admits Renault may re-sign Hulkenberg
Cyril Abiteboul has hinted that Renault would like to re-sign Nico Hulkenberg for 2020. Read more.
Wolff undecided over Bottas or Ocon for 2020
Toto Wolff says he needs to do some more "thinking" about Mercedes' 2020 driver lineup. Read more.
German GP demise about 'dollar bills' - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel thinks the demise of the German GP is about "dollar bills". Read more.
Ferrari 'expects more' from Vettel - Binotto
Mattia Binotto says those at Ferrari "expect more" from Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Red Bull running out of spare parts
Red Bull is running out of spare parts, according to team official Dr Helmut Marko. Read more.
Vettel crisis similar to 2014 - Ricciardo
Daniel Ricciardo has likened Sebastian Vettel's current 'crisis' to his time alongside the German at Red Bull in 2014. Read more.
McLaren wants Alonso for full Indycar season
Zak Brown says there will be a seat for Fernando Alonso if McLaren does the full Indycar calendar next year. Read more.
Toro Rosso wants to keep drivers for 2020
Toro Rosso says it wants to keep its current drivers for 2020. Read more.
Ocon set to kick off driver market - Steiner
Esteban Ocon is the key to the 2020 driver silly season. Read more.