In today's Formula 1 Gossip, Mercedes changes stance over Ferrari F1 engine row, Dutch and Spanish GPs preparing for possible postponements and former F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone rules out Lewis Hamilton to Ferrari...

- Mercedes has made a U-Turn and retracted its position in the ongoing Ferrari engine Formula 1 row, according to Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko (Auto motor und sport, in German

- The Dutch and Spanish grands prix - the first two races on the 2020 Formula 1 calendar currently unaffected by coronavirus-related postponements - are already working on alternative plans in case of changes to their respective schedules (RACER

- New Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Roger Penske is seriously considering Formula 1 grand prix racing back to the IMS in the near-future, but not before 2022. Formula 1 has not raced at the Brickyard since 2007 (RaceFans)

- Former Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone does not believe six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton should move to Ferrari because it “wouldn’t work for him”. He added: "He is comfortable there. He is in charge. He's got the guy who turns the lights on and off supporting him [team principal Toto Wolff]." (The Daily Mail

- The Automobile Club de Monaco expects both the Historic and Formula 1 grands prix to go ahead as planned at the end of May, despite the coronavirus outbreak (Motorsport Week

- Despite there being no Australian Grand Prix following its cancellation amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Formula 1 stars Max Verstappen and Lando Norris ensured they still raced on Sunday through Esports (Reuters

 

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