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Tuesday's F1 gossip column

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


Drivers' world championship leader Mark Webber insists his Red Bull car will be 'very, very strong' at most circuits. "Singapore should be good, Suzuka, Brazil, Abu Dhabi ... we're a little bit worried about how the long straights might go at some of the other venues, like Monza, but we're ready to take anyone on at any venue," the Australian said.
Full story: redbullracing.com

Bruno Senna is confident he will not fall off the Formula 1 grid after a single season. The Hispania Racing driver sat out July's British Grand Prix at Silverstone but is confident he will now keep his seat until the end of the 2010 campaign - and is upbeat about 2011.
Full story: motorsport.com

Mercedes competition boss Norbert Haug insists the German manufacturer is committed to Formula 1 for the long term, despite admitting the team is a long way from where it wants to be.
Full story: espnf1.com

Adrian Sutil reckons his current team Force India are a better long-term bet than Renault. The 27-year-old German driver has been touted as a possible replacement for Vitaly Petrov at the French team.
Full story: speedtv.com

Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve has admitted his efforts to establish a new Formula One team in 2011 may be shot down by the FIA.
Full story: motorsport.com

Andy Soucek is set to terminate his contract as Virgin's third and reserve driver. The 25-year-old Spaniard and reigning F2 champion has been disappointed that his role with the new British team has not involved any driving so far.
Full story: speedtv.com

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see also
Monday's F1 gossip column
09 Aug 10 |  Formula 1
Sunday's F1 gossip column
08 Aug 10 |  Formula 1


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