Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, July 17.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, July 17.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Plans for 2021 cars finally emerge
Detailed information about the highly anticipated and delayed technical regulations for 2021 has finally emerged. Read more.
Speculation about Williams' 2020 lineup 'too early'
Speculation about Williams' 2020 driver lineup has arrived "too early". Read more.
Bottas says he 'deserves' to stay at Mercedes
Valtteri Bottas says he wants to remain Lewis Hamilton's teammate in 2020. Read more.
Gene Haas won't quit amid nightmare F1 season - boss
Haas' team boss has played down suggestions the American outfit could close down amid its nightmarish 2019 season. Read more.
Petrobras-backed driver linked with Williams
Williams could be lining up a replacement for its struggling race driver Robert Kubica. Read more.
Steiner pondering Haas lineup 'chemistry'
Speculation is ramping up that Haas will wave goodbye to one of its drivers. Read more.
F1 selecting tracks for 'money' not racing
F1's drivers should have more say about which circuits host the races. Read more.
McLaren to remain 'independent' - Seidl
McLaren is determined to remain "independent". Read more.
Gasly 'perfect' at Silverstone - Horner
Pierre Gasly thinks he has put his F1 career back on track. Read more.
Next Honda upgrade could match Mercedes power - report
Honda looks set to match the power of Mercedes' title winning engine with its next upgrade. Read more.
Italy loses faith in 'disastrous' Vettel
The Italian press has lost faith in Ferrari's current number 1 driver, Sebastian Vettel. Read more.
Hamilton steps back from claims of 'racism'
Lewis Hamilton has distanced himself from suggestions that the British media has an attitude with "racist undertones" about Lewis Hamilton. Read more.
F1 allowing 'hard racing' again
Formula 1 may now be allowing "hard racing" once again, according to Ferrari's Charles Leclerc. Read more.
Silverstone wants new race date for 2020
Silverstone is pushing for a new race date on the 2020 calendar. Read more.