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The latest Formula 1 gossip from the world's media

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


Robert Kubica could find himself 'automatically released' from his contract with Renault to jump ship to Mercedes Grand Prix 'in the coming weeks' - as disgraced 'Singapore-gate' protagonist Flavio Briatore plots an F1 return.
Full story: crash.net

World Series by Renault driver Oliver Turvey is to make his Formula 1 testing debut behind the wheel of a McLaren in Jerez this week.
Full story: autosport.com

One rumour doing the rounds in F1 circles at the moment is that Japan's Panasonic wants to stay in F1 and with Toyota having folded up its F1 tent the sponsorship, agreed for three years in March last year, is up for grabs. It is rumoured to be worth around $48m a year.
Full story: grandprix.com

Michael Schumacher has refused to rule out a Formula 1 comeback, amid rumours that he's off to Mercedes GP next season.
Full story: planet-f1.com

The Sauber team is 'very confident' that it will be granted the final slot on next year's grid in the wake of its sale to Peter Sauber.
Full story: formula1.com

Citroen Sport director Olivier Quesnel has hinted that Kimi Raikkonen could be racing in the WRC in his year out from Formula 1.
Full story: forumula1.net

Nelson Piquet has admitted he would be "delighted" to return to F1 next year with Campos, but admits he is facing competition to become Bruno Senna's 2010 team-mate.
Full story: paddocktalk.com

Brawn/Mercedes should have fought to keep the 2009 driver line-up for next season, according to Rubens Barrichello.
Full story: F1-live.com

Toyota is still waiting to find out whether it faces a financial penalty from Bernie Ecclestone for failing to meet its obligations after withdrawing from the sport.
Full story: speedtv.com

Stefan Grand Prix, the Serbian team seeking a move into Formula 1, says it is still looking at opportunities to make it onto the grid next year - despite dismissing talk that it is about to buy Toyota's F1 entry.
Full story: autosport.com



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