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F1 gossip column

BBC Sport brings you a regular round-up of the gossip in newspapers and on specialist websites around the world.


Jenson Button was forced to leave Brawn GP to make way for Michael Schumacher. The German held secret talks with team principal Ross Brawn at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix earlier this month. The reports follow BBC Sport pundit Eddie Jordan's claim that the seven-time world champion will race for the new Mercedes team next season.
Full story: The Sun

Ross Brawn says selling out to Mercedes for a reported £70m will secure a "very strong future" for the team.
Full story: The Independent

Kimi Raikkonen has denied his manager's claims that he is interested in joining the new Mercedes team.
Full story: Planet-F1.com

Swiss driver Neel Jani will test a Force India car in next month's young drivers' test at the Spanish circuit of Jerez. India's Karun Chandhok could be in line to test alongside Jani.
Full story: F1-live.com

Michael Schumacher and Toro Rosso's Sebastien Buemi are among more than 300 drivers competing at the SKUSA Supernationals karting evening in Las Vegas this weekend. The 0.66 mile (1.1 kilometre) circuit winds around the grounds of the Rio Las Vegas Hotel.
Full story: Formula1.com



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