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Friday's F1 gossip column

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

Adrian Sutil says he is close to signing a deal to stay with the Force India team for 2011.
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Mercedes GP driver Nico Rosberg says Red Bull's Mark Webber apologised to him after Webber took Rosberg out of the Korean Grand Prix. Webber spoke to the German on arriving in Sao Paulo for this weekend's race.
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Red Bull's Mark Webber would make the best Formula One champion but Ferrari's Fernando Alonso is more likely to win this year's title, according to former champion Jackie Stewart.
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Pedro de la Rosa is keeping a close eye on HRT's plans for next year, reinforcing speculation that he is close to securing a drive with the team in 2011.

Williams driver Nico Hulkenberg fears money could talk louder than talent when it comes to deciding his Formula One team's 2011 lineup. Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado is backed by his country's state oil company PDVSA and will join Williams for a young driver test in Abu Dhabi later this month.
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Struggling Formula One newcomers HRT will make some big announcements about their future in the next few days, team boss Colin Kolles said on Friday.

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see also
Thursday's F1 gossip column
04 Nov 10 |  Gossip
Wednesday's F1 gossip column
03 Nov 10 |  Gossip

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