Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Thursday, July 11.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Thursday, July 11.
Thursday morning's headlines:
Berger not sure Hamilton best ever driver
Gerhard Berger is not so sure that Lewis Hamilton is the best F1 driver of all time. Read more.
Van der Garde tells Verstappen to stay at Red Bull
Former F1 driver Giedo van der Garde has urged Max Verstappen to stay put at Red Bull-Honda. Read more.
Ricciardo not ready to sign new Renault deal
Daniel Ricciardo says he is not ready to sign a contract extension at Renault. Read more.
Lando Norris plays down father's wealth
Lando Norris has defended his father's wealth. Read more.
2020 race seat for Ocon '100pc' sure - source
Esteban Ocon's chances of returning to the Formula 1 grid next year stand at "100 per cent". Read more.
Haas title sponsor terminates F1 deal
Haas' controversial title sponsor has pulled the plug. Read more.
Silverstone still concerned about London GP
Even with a new five-year contract signed with Silverstone, Liberty is not ruling out a Formula 1 race in London. Read more.
New five-year deal announced for British Grand Prix at Silverstone
Formula One boss Chase Carey described Silverstone as a 'signature race on the calendar'. Read more.
Announcement scheduled for new British GP deal
A new deal to keep the British GP at Silverstone will be announced within hours. Read more.
British GP must make 'financial sense' - Steiner
Silverstone should only keep the British GP if it makes "financial sense". Read more.
Verstappen 'best driver in F1' - Horner
Max Verstappen has stepped confidently into the driver leadership position at Red Bull, following the departure of Daniel Ricciardo. Read more.
McLaren announced 2020 drivers to stop 'speculation'
McLaren has announced its 2020 driver lineup with 12 races left to run this season in order to avoid "speculation". Read more.
George Russell "ready" for Mercedes move
Confident George dedicated to Williams but ready for Mercedes move. Read more.
Record-chasing Lewis Hamilton relishing British Grand Prix
Hamilton has won four of the last five grands prix at Silverstone. Read more.