In today's F1 Gossip, the 2020 season could end in February next year, Concorde talks put on hold and British GP organisers want 12 weeks notice for possible postponement.

- The 2020 F1 season could be extended until February next year, meaning it would finish one month before the 2021 championship begins (RaceFans

- But F1 teams are open to the idea of finishing the 2020 season in January of next year in order to fit in as many races as possible (RACER

- Formula 1 has put talks with teams over a new Concorde Agreement on hold until the coronavirus pandemic is over amid a delayed start to the 2020 season (Auto Motor und Sport

- British Grand Prix organisers have told F1 owners Liberty Media they want to know by the middle of April whether the Silverstone round will be going ahead as planned on July 19 (The Daily Mail

- Struggling British sportscar maker Aston Martin may need further cash despite receiving a buyout deal by F1 team owner Lawrence Stroll (The Business Times

- The Buddh International Circuit, the former home of the F1 Indian Grand Prix, is being converted into a makeshift quarantine facility by local authorities in a bid to tackle the worsening spread of COVID-19 in India (CNBC)

- Former F1 team boss Flavio Briatore believes Michael Schumacher faced much tougher competition than Lewis Hamilton during his spell of success in the sport (Formula 1

- Lando Norris has promised to cut all of his hair off after running a Twitch Stream Aid fundraiser which gained over $12,000 (



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