Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, July 8.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, July 8.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Webber suggests Vettel should quit Ferrari in 2020
Mark Webber thinks it could be "better" if his former teammate Sebastian Vettel quits Ferrari before the end of the current season. Read more.
New Renault CEO approves Alonso contract - report
Multiple authoritative media sources are now reporting that Fernando Alonso will definitely return to Formula 1 with Renault in 2021. Read more.
Red Bull looking into 'more extreme' DAS system
Red Bull is looking into designing a "more extreme solution" now that the FIA has declared Mercedes' innovative DAS steering system fully legal. Read more.
Red Bull enters world of F1 broadcasting
Red Bull has now entered the world of Formula 1 broadcasting. Read more.
Fernando Alonso set for F1 return with Renault next year
The 38-year-old has been out of the sport since leaving McLaren in 2018. Read more.
Louis Camilleri: 'It's clear that Ferrari must improve'
Chief executive Louis Camilleri has called for improvements "on all fronts". Read more.
'Gloves are off' in Mercedes vs Red Bull battle
Tensions are heating up between title contenders Mercedes and Red Bull. Read more.
Renault may announce Alonso news on Wednesday
Renault is shaping up to reveal Fernando Alonso as the works team's driver for 2021. Read more.
Failure makes title 'a lot harder now' - Verstappen
The opening race weekend of 2020 has made Max Verstappen's big title target "a lot more difficult to achieve". Read more.
Activism 'a distraction' for Hamilton - Schumacher
The first race of 2020 in Austria was "certainly not the best weekend" for Lewis Hamilton. Read more.
No big decisions amid F1 uncertainty - Steiner
Haas will continue to tread water regarding the development of its 2020 car, according to team boss Gunther Steiner. Read more.
Ecclestone told Vettel to reveal truth
Bernie Ecclestone says he advised Sebastian Vettel to go public about the way he was axed by Ferrari. Read more.
'No problem' with Vettel as teammate - Verstappen
Max Verstappen insists he would have "no problem" racing with Sebastian Vettel as his teammate. Read more.
Ferrari CEO backs embattled team boss Binotto
Ferrari's CEO has expressed "confidence" in team boss Mattia Binotto after an uncompetitive start to the 2020 season in Austria. Read more.
Zanardi condition 'severe' after third surgery
After a third surgery, the hospital looking after Alex Zanardi says the former F1 driver's neurological condition remains "severe". Read more.