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Formula 1 gossip and rumours from international media

Michael Schumacher
Schumacher's season appears to have taken a turn for the better

Mercedes drivers Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg are optimistic they can do well at next weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix. The pair finished eighth and seventh respectively in Germany and Schumacher said: "We have seen some progress lately with our car. I am impressed with the effort the team and the guys back in England are constantly putting into it and it is good to see developments. I am looking forward to travelling to Budapest."
Full story: Mercedes GP website (registration required)

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is in buoyant mood after Fernando Alonso's second place in Germany, particularly as "the weather was the worst it could have been for us". He added: "To have been in the fight for the win right to the end of the race is significant. It's not by chance that Fernando has scored more points in the last three races than any other driver and the team has done best in the last two."
Full story: gpupdate.net

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has said the German Grand Prix - where Mark Webber was third and Sebastian Vettel fourth - has acted as a "reminder" that the team cannot afford to relax if they are going to deliver the world championship again this year.
Full story: Autosport

While McLaren's Lewis Hamilton romped to victory in Germany, his team-mate Jenson Button suffered another retirement and then conceded his title chances are over. "As for the championship, I don't think we're fighting for that any more, so I'm just going to go out there and do the best at every race I'm in," he said. "My intention now is to be back on the podium for my 200th grand prix [in Budapest]."
Full story: planet-f1.com

Williams technical director Sam Michael says the team will investigate the cause of the oil leak that forced Rubens Barrichello to retire from the German Grand Prix.
Full story: crash.net

Michael's last race with Williams will be the Korean Grand Prix, before handing his responsibilities over to other people.
Full story: Autosport

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see also
Sunday's F1 gossip column
24 Jul 11 |  Formula 1


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