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Formula 1 gossip and rumours from international media

Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button
Button (right) thinks the championship momentum is with Red Bull rival Vettel

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


With his Championship hopes seemingly over, Jenson Button has backed Sebastian Vettel to snatch the title from under the nose of Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber.
Full story: PlanetF1.com

Michael Schumacher claims his inconsistency this season has not been all his fault, publicly questioning the Mercedes that has been at his disposal since he returned to Formula 1 this year and saying it has not always been the same as team-mate Nico Rosberg's.
Full story: Formula-One.SpeedTV.com

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says his team has nothing to fear in the remaining three races with the destiny of the drivers' and constructors' titles in their own hands.
Full story: espnF1.com

Formula 1 teams have agreed a deal to ensure that no one can gain an unfair advantage next season by forming a close alliance with new tyre supplier Pirelli.
Full story: autosport.com

Red Bull has brushed off continued sniping about its front wing, and thinks teams should only be judged by what happens on track rather than what rivals say about them in the press.
Full story: autosport.com

Although no further developments are planned for this season, Williams technical director Sam Michael is confident the team can overtake Force India and finish sixth in the constructors' standings.
Full story: autosport.com



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see also
Monday's F1 gossip column
11 Oct 10 |  Formula 1
Sunday's F1 gossip column
10 Oct 10 |  Formula 1
Saturday's F1 gossip column
09 Oct 10 |  Formula 1


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