In today's Formula 1 gossip column, FIA president Jean Todt says the sport "cannot rule out" potentially losing teams, the British Grand Prix looks increasingly likely to be postponed, and Ferrari blocks the FIA from releasing the details of its controversial engine settlement...

- FIA president Jean Todt says F1 “cannot rule out” the possibility of losing some teams due to financial strain caused by the ongoing coronavirus crisis (Auto Motor und Sport

- The British Grand Prix is likely to be postponed from its scheduled mid-July date due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis but Silverstone will survive, says former British Racing Drivers’ Club president Derek Warwick (RaceFans

- Ferrari has blocked the FIA from releasing the details behind the controversial settlement over the Italian team’s use of its engine during the 2019 season (ESPN) 

- Williams have secured a loan through a company owned by the father of the team’s Canadian F1 driver Nicholas Latifi as part of ia refinancing of corporate borrowings (Reuters

- Pirelli’s F1 chief Mario Isola has been working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic by volunteering as an ambulance driver back in his home country, with Italy being one of the worst-affected regions in Europe (Sky Sports

- Former Benetton and Renault team boss Flavio Briatore says two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso “had no weaknesses” (AS.com

- 1978 F1 world champion Mario Andretti says he cannot recall a time in Lewis Hamilton’s career in which the Briton has not had a car capable of winning races (Marca

 

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