It appears that Fernando Alonso is less than impressed with Ferrari's plan for 2015.
After over 40 staff were shown the exit this week, arguably the most nervous drivers in the Hockenheim paddock are wearing green.
More and more drivers gets under 'the wheel of F1 rumors'.
"I do not name names," - Scuderia Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci, "but we are redesigning our organisation."
According to word from Silverstone, Lotus is poised to announce its switch from struggling Renault to leading Mercedes power for 2015.
Button hurry-up printed on 'chip paper' - McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale.
Jean-Yves Coquillat suspects that it was during Schumacher's recent two-hour ambulance transfer between Grenoble and Lausanne that the medical summary was photographed.
German weekly newsmagazine Bunte reports Schumacher is now being prepared for rehabilitation.
What is going on in this world? According to different reports and studies, it seems that F1 teams could lose alcohol sponsors, the same way they lost tobacco sponsors a few years ago.
Mercedes will hold a press conference in the Monaco paddock on Saturday morning, attended by title sponsor Petronas, Daimler chairman Dieter Zetsche, team boss Toto Wolff and drivers Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
Blogf1.com claims the talks to bring Ratuken to McLaren in 2014 have not resulted in a deal.