Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest Formula 1 news on Wednesday, August 7.
Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Wednesday, August 7.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Lammers denies 2020 Dutch GP in doubt
Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers has played down suggestions Formula 1's return to Zandvoort in 2020 is in doubt. Read more.
Indy 500 winner Pagenaud wants F1 test
2019 Indy 500 winner Simon Pagenaud says he would like to test a Formula 1 car. Read more.
Broadcaster slams F1's Saudi Arabia talks
A Qatari broadcaster has slammed Formula 1 for contemplating a grand prix in Saudi Arabia. Read more.
Mercedes 'still dominant' - Verstappen
Lewis Hamilton remains in pole position to win the 2019 world championship. Read more.
'Bad races' endanger Bottas' 2020 seat - Salo
Valtteri Bottas is in real danger of losing his Mercedes seat for 2020, according to a former F1 driver. Read more.
McLaren wants Sainz to beat Gasly in 2019
McLaren is targeting a coveted sixth place in the 2019 drivers' world championship with Carlos Sainz. Read more.
Sainz 'invisible' in Hungary
Carlos Sainz was "the invisible man" during the recent Hungarian GP. Read more.
Liberty in F1 race talks with Saudi Arabia
Liberty Media is in talks with Saudi Arabia about a grand prix in the controversial Kingdom for 2021. Read more.
Boss expects Ferrari to speed up after break
Team boss Mattia Binotto is expecting Ferrari to speed up again after the summer break. Read more.
'Nice' that Verstappen exit clause in past - Marko
Dr Helmut Marko has confirmed that Max Verstappen is definitely staying at Red Bull-Honda in 2020. Read more.
Marko says 'we'll see' to Gasly's 2019 seat body check tags ::
Christian Horner says it is "essential" that Red Bull has two cars near the front of the F1 field. Read more.
Sainz 'invisible' in Hungary >