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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.

Renault driver Robert Kubica say Formula 1's new rules have not made overtaking any more difficult than before.
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However, Williams' Rubens Barrichello believes the narrower front tyres are playing a significant role in curtailing overtaking opportunities. Full story:

The manager of Vitaly Petrov says the 25-year-old brings more to Renault than the 15m Euro of financial backing, as well as describing Russia as a "white sheet of paper" for F1. Full story:

Lewis Hamilton says he has "received a lot of applications" to become his new manager, but the McLaren driver insists he is in "no rush" to make an appointment. Full story:

Vitantonio Liuzzi believes he can build on his ninth-place finish in Bahrain following new developments to the front and rear wing of his Force India car. Full story:

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he is hopeful there will be a grand prix in New York from 2012. Full story: Gazzetta dello Sport

Three-time world champion Jackie Stewart says that Red Bull star Mark Webber "has come back from more pain than any racing driver I know of", talking of the Australian's recovery from a broken leg sustained in a mountain-bike accident in late 2008. Full story:

Eight-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen, an ex-F1 test driver, has been appointed as the drivers' advisory representative on the stewards' panel for the Australian Grand Prix. Full story:

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see also
Wednesday's F1 gossip column
24 Mar 10 |  Formula 1
Tuesday's F1 gossip column
23 Mar 10 |  Formula 1
Monday's F1 gossip column
22 Mar 10 |  Formula 1
Friday's F1 gossip column
19 Mar 10 |  Formula 1

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