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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.

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh says his team already has some "inventive" design ideas for 2011 that it hopes can provide an edge in next year's title battle.
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Pirelli is "confident" ahead of the Formula 1 teams getting their first taste of the sport's new tyre supplier in a two-day test in Abu Dhabi starting on Friday.
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Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery insists that the lap times produced during the two-day tyre test that starts in Abu Dhabi tomorrow are not the Italian company's priority.
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German Nico Hulkenberg could end up at either Force India, Lotus or Ferrari after Williams decided not to retain him for 2011.
Full story: Auto Motor und Sport (in German)

Russian Vitaly Petrov looks almost certain to stay with the Renault F1 team in 2011 after an impressive performance in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix last weekend.
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GP2 driver Davide Valsecchi impressed Hispania in the young driver test at Abu Dhabi. "Italy should support him," said team boss Colin Kolles. "He certainly did an awesome job, it took him a few laps to understand the car, while some of his colleagues did not succeed even after a full season."
Full story: Gazzetta dello Sport (in Italian)

The Williams team are supporting Qatar's bid to host the 2022 football World Cup.
Full story: Williams

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see also
Wednesday's F1 gossip column
17 Nov 10 |  Formula 1
Tuesday's F1 gossip column
16 Nov 10 |  Formula 1
Monday's F1 gossip column
15 Nov 10 |  Formula 1
Sunday's F1 gossip column
14 Nov 10 |  Formula 1

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