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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.

Sebastian Vettel asked his Red Bull team if they were slowing his car down 'on purpose' when he had a temporary brake-binding issue during the Italian GP in Monza.
Full story: BBC TV summariser Martin Brundle, writing in The Sunday Times (subscription required)

Sauber has been fined $20,000 for the unsafe release of Nick Heidfeld during qualifying. Heidfeld was released in front of Michael Scumacher's Mercedes as the seven-times world champion was driving down the pitlane.
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Williams driver Rubens Barrichello has thanked the team for bringing new components to the race which the Brazilian veteran reckons were crucial to his much improved showing in qualifying.
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The presence of the country's Prime Minister at the Singapore Grand Prix may be an indicator Mauritius is keen to be the venue if Formula One returns to Africa.
Full story: Joe Saward's Grand Prix Blog

Williams technical director Sam Michael has dismissed suggestions that the Renault customer engine is down on power by using one colourful word.
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Ferrari's Felipe Massa will use a brand new engine and gearbox as the 10-place grid penalty will have no effect on his starting position.
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The Toro Rosso mechanics found a dead bat in the corner of their garage when they arrived at the track on Tuesday morning - and decided to leave it in situ as a good luck charm.
Full story: Williams F1 official website

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see also
Sunday's F1 gossip column
26 Sep 10 |  Formula 1
Friday's F1 gossip column
24 Sep 10 |  Formula 1
Thursday's F1 gossip column
23 Sep 10 |  Formula 1
Wednesday's F1 gossip column
22 Sep 10 |  Formula 1

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