- McLaren’s Zak Brown says Ferrari are “living in denial” over its opposition to lowering the F1 cost cap. The two F1 teams have come to blows over the cost cap rules with the Woking-based team leading calls to lower the budget for 2021 to $100m. (BBC Sport)

- F1 commercial rights holders Liberty Media have strengthened the sport’s liquidity and given some teams advanced payments amid the coronavirus crisis and delays to the 2020 season. (Reuters)

- Williams duo George Russell and Nicholas Latifi will race fans, celebrities and former Williams drivers as part of the latest F1 Esports Challenge series. (Formula1.com)

- Nick Heidfeld says Fernando Alonso was the “most complete” driver he faced but Lewis Hamilton was the “most talented” in F1. (Beyond the Grid podcast)

- Daniel Ricciardo says “never say never” about a potential return to Red Bull just two years after leaving the team for Renault. (Sky Sports via AS.com)

- Sebastian Vettel has turned down Ferrari’s first offer of a one-year contract worth €12 million and thought initially it was a joke by the team. (La Gazzetta Dello Sport via Marca)

- Charles Leclerc says he will back Ferrari to keep Sebastian Vettel as his team-mate in F1 despite their previous clashes. (Reuters)

- Lando Norris shares a video call with 99-year-old Captain Tom Moore who has raised over £27m for NHS Charities Together by walking 100 laps of his garden. Captain Tom is a big F1 and McLaren fan, with Norris inviting him for a tour of its Woking factory once the shutdown ends. (Sky Sports)

 

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