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Formula 1 gossip and news from the international media

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


Mercedes chief executive Nick Fry does not think Michael Schumacher is finding it more difficult to find extra performance from the car than his team-mate Nico Rosberg, saying their feedback is consistent.
Full story: Autosport.com

Force India boss Vijay Mallya says the ban on in-race refuelling must be given a chance to prove itself rather than the sport making a 'knee-jerk' reaction after the first race of 2010 in Bahrain.
Full story: forceindiaf1.com

Michael Schumacher is reluctant to re-join the Grand Prix Drivers' Association this season. The seven-time world champion played an influential part in its revival in 1994.
Full story: Bild (in German)

Bruno Senna says he felt at home in F1 after making his debut with Hispania in Bahrain and is now aiming to close the gap on fellow new teams Virgin Racing and Lotus.
Full story: gpupdate.net

Argentine driver Jose Maria Lopez has hit out US F1 after the team failed to make this season's grid, asking to defer their entry until 2011. The 26-year-old said the team "hid things from me" but is determined to find another way into F1.
Full story: Autosport.com

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel has revealed some of his secrets, saying he is scared of mice and that the last time he was furious was in winter testing - though he did not reveal why.
Full story: Formula1.com

David Coulthard gets back behind the wheel of an F1 car on Saturday as he is set to drive a Red Bull through the streets of Belfast on his way to City Hall.
Full story: espnf1.com

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Wednesday's F1 gossip column
17 Mar 10 |  Formula 1


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