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Tuesday's Formula 1 news roundup: Mattia Binotto, Sebastian Vettel, George Russell

Tuesday's Formula 1 news roundup: Binotto, Vettel, Russell
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Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, July 23.

Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, July 23.

Tuesday morning's headlines:

Teams must agree on tyre design for 2020 - Isola
Mario Isola has defended Pirelli by denying that the official F1 tyre supplier favours Mercedes. Read more.

Ricciardo sued by former manager
Daniel Ricciardo is being sued by his former advisor, according to a media report published by La Gazzetta dello Sport. Read more.

Binotto has 'no doubt' about Vettel future
Ferrari's team boss says Sebastian Vettel is not leaving the Maranello team. Read more.

Williams to take 'three steps forward' - Russell
Williams is gearing up to take "three steps forward" after an abysmal first half of the 2019 season. Read more.

Ocon not denying Haas, Williams rumours
Esteban Ocon has not denied rumours that he is a top candidate for a seat at Haas or Williams for 2020. Read more.

A million people want Dutch GP tickets
Over a million Dutch people want to attend Max Verstappen's first home grand prix next year. Read more.

Mick Schumacher not giving up on F1
Mick Schumacher says he is not disheartened even though his first Formula 2 season is not going to plan. Read more.

Bottas says title battle 'between me and Lewis'
Valtteri Bottas thinks he is in a head-to-head battle for the 2019 title with his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton. Read more.

No driver decision before summer break - Steiner
Haas is not ready to consider its 2020 driver lineup. Read more.

Mattia Binotto pictured on May 23, 2019
Binotto no longer Ferrari technical boss

Mattia Binotto is no longer Ferrari's technical director. Read more.

Racing Point title sponsor denies closing down
Racing Point's title sponsor has denied it could be about to fold. Read more.

Ricciardo says he is not worse off at Renault
Daniel Ricciardo says he has no regrets about leaving Red Bull. Read more.

Albers would return to F1 as team boss
Christijan Albers says he would accept an offer to return to Formula 1 as a team boss. Read more.

Racing Point preparing 2019 'B' car
Racing Point is working hard on a 'B' car. Read more.

More trouble for 2021 Rio GP
It is not smooth sailing for the new Formula 1 track in Rio de Janeiro. Read more.

FIA not more lenient at Silverstone - Masi
FIA stewards were not more lenient than usual during the recent British GP, according to race director Michael Masi. Read more.

DTM champ could get F1 test bonus
A special prize could be awarded to this year's DTM champion. Read more.

Vettel enduring 'difficult period' - Prost
Sebastian Vettel is struggling through a "very difficult period". Read more.

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Sebastian Vettel pictured on May 23, 2019
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