In the latest F1 Gossip, Ricciardo close to completing McLaren switch, Alonso-Renault rumours intensify and Todt reveals how the FIA plans to save motorsport amid the COVID-19 crisis...

- Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo is poised to replace the Ferrari-bound Carlos Sainz at McLaren for the 2021 Formula 1 season, with a deal set to be concluded and announced this week (BBC

- Amid the game of musical chairs set off by Sebastian Vettel’s departure from Ferrari, double world champion Fernando Alonso has been linked with a potential return to the F1 grid with a third stint at Renault (

- Alonso helped send F1 fans into a frenzy by further stirring the rumours on social media (Twitter) 

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- FIA president Jean Todt explains how motorsport will survive the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and financial uncertainty it has caused (RaceFans) - Lewis Hamilton has been named as the richest British sports star in the history of the Sunday Times Rich List (The Times)

- Ferrari has released details of its low-cost ventilator that it built from scratch in five weeks to help coronavirus patients for anyone to produce across the world (ESPN

- Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has been named as the most influential person in Formula 1 history following a fan vote (Formula 1

- Sky Sports pundit and former F1 driver Martin Brundle sees Carlos Sainz as a “good fit” at Ferrari and believes he “will not be a pushover” for new teammate Charles Leclerc (Sky F1

- Felipe Massa has revealed he had the chance to sign for McLaren in 2010 but chose to turn them down because he was having a “really good time” at Ferrari (