Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Tuesday, July 30.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Tuesday, July 30.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Bad weekend was 'karma' for Mercedes - Wolff
The F1 world may never again see Toto Wolff and the Mercedes team wear fancy dress. Read more.
Masi clears Hockenheim after wet race crashes
F1 race director has cleared Hockenheim of blame for much of the carnage seen during the wet German GP. Read more.
Boss admits Hulkenberg crash timing bad
Nico Hulkenberg's crash out of the German GP coincides with "important discussions" about his future. Read more.
Vettel, Hamilton, plead for German GP rescue
F1's top drivers Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton are pleading with the sport to keep Hockenheim on the calendar. Read more.
Hamilton asked to be retired 11 laps from end of German GP
Hamilton urged his team to pull him out of the race with 11 laps remaining. Read more.
German Grand Prix: Five things we learned
Lewis Hamilton crashed while leading at a rain-hit Hockenheim. Read more.
Haas hints at 'change' in driver situation
As the team's driver crisis continues, Haas boss Gunther Steiner insists "something has to change". Read more.
No Red Bull return for Kvyat in 2019
Red Bull has ruled out replacing Pierre Gasly with on-form former team driver Daniil Kvyat before the end of the season. Read more.
Mercedes will not rescue 2020 German GP
Mercedes is not going to save the German GP. Read more.
Verstappen camp not ruling out 2019 title
Max Verstappen has played down his chances of winning the 2019 title. Read more.
In Pictures: Max Verstappen, Dani Ceballos, Ryan Shawcross
Egan Bernal joins England's cricketers and some Premier League newcomers in the best shots of the weekend. Read more.