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Formula 1 gossip and rumours from international media

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

Sebastien Buemi says he is feeling a lot more confident as he faces the start of his second Formula 1 season with the Toro Rosso team.
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Vitaly Petrov believes his arrival in Formula 1 with Renault will be a huge boost to efforts to bring a grand prix to Russia.
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Renault says that its decision to hire Vitaly Petrov as a driver for 2010 was motivated not purely by money, but because his performance and future potential also stood out.
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Pedro de la Rosa has suggested he may have to reduce his involvement in the Grand Prix Drivers' Association now he has secured a racing seat.
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BMW Sauber are not planning to change the team's name before the start of the season. Full story:

Virgin Racing will become the first of the new Formula 1 entrants to run its car on track when it shakes down the VR-01 in a private event at Silverstone at the end of next week.
Full story: www.autosport

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix chiefs are to make a push to ensure the final slot on the Formula 1 calendar becomes their own indefinitely.
Full story: www.autosport

Ross Brawn has revealed that he does not want comeback king Michael Schumacher to dominate Mercedes Grand Prix team-mate Nico Rosberg in F1 2010.
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Lewis Hamilton is hoping to avoid a repeat of last year's pre-season "disaster" that wrecked his chances of retaining his Formula 1 title.
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A1GP boss Tony Teixeira has agreed a deal to acquire Campos, the money is yet to be handed over, however. And a deal may have been agreed whereby the new F1 teams will be allowed three no-shows at races in the next season.
Full story: James Allen on F1

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Friday's F1 gossip column
29 Jan 10 |  Formula 1

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