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Formula 1 gossip and rumours from international media

Lewis Hamilton has warned Jenson Button: I will not let you beat me.
Full story: The Sun

Talk is cheap and any Formula 1 team is only as good as its last race, Red Bull boss Christian Horner said Friday in a put-down to Ferrari's declared plans for a new era of domination.
Full story: Reuters

Simone Perillo has been replaced as the secretary general of the Formula 1 Teams' Association (Fota) by British lawyer, Oliver Weingarten, who has extensive experience as in house counsel at the English Premier League, dealing with clubs and with a wide range of issues such as illegal video streaming.
Full story: James Allen on F1

Hamilton said he and McLaren are still fighting for the championship ahead of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The driver says that, despite Sebastian Vettel's overwhelming lead, he and his team can improve but also acknowledged that he will have to perform better if he is to finish ahead of his team-mate Jenson Button at the end of the season.
Full story: The Guardian

It is an unfortunate but unavoidable fact that British interest in this year's drivers' championship is likely to be limited to a battle for second place. The good news is that, with just three points separating McLaren's 'dream team' of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, who lie fourth and fifth in the championship, the intra-team battle for the unofficial Best of Britain title should prove fascinating.
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Aldo Costa looks set to make a return to Formula 1 with Mercedes GP, having left Ferrari earlier this year as part of a staffing reshuffle.
Full story: Autosport

After the stand-off in Spa over the way Red Bull were using the Pirelli tyres beyond the manufacturer's recommended limits, here at Monza Pirelli have got tough, setting lower than expected limits, which potentially gives Red Bull and others a headache.
Full story: James Allen on F1

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Thursday's F1 gossip column
08 Sep 11 |  Formula 1


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