Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Thursday, July 2.
Thursday morning's headlines:
Hamilton wants $50m a year for new contract - report
Lewis Hamilton wants $50 million a year to renew his contract with Mercedes, according to Britain's Daily Mail newspaper. Read more.
Major upgrades 'impossible' for Austria - Binotto
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto insists it was "impossible" to make substantial changes to the Italian team's Melbourne-spec car ahead of the 2020 season re-start in Austria. Read more.
Honda 'wants to fight for 2020 title' - Verstappen
Honda is pushing as hard as Red Bull to win the 2020 world championship, according to Max Verstappen. Read more.
Red Bull to 'think about' Mercedes DAS protest
Mercedes intends to use its controversial 'DAS' steering system this weekend in Austria - and main rival Red Bull is not ruling out an official protest. Read more.
Grape woes for Norris and Poulter shows his moves - Wednesday's sporting social
Chelsea also released their home kit for next season. Read more.
David Coulthard: 'No distractions for Lewis Hamilton ahead of Formula 1 return'
Former F1 driver David Coulthard has backed the Mercedes star to put other matters to one side and race to victory. Read more.
A closer look at all 20 drivers ahead of the new Formula One campaign
The delayed season finally gets under way in Austria this weekend. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton and the other leading contenders for F1 glory in 2020
Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are among the leading challengers to Lewis Hamilton's crown. Read more.
The big questions ahead of the new Formula One season
Old and new faces return as the sport gets back on track. Read more.