Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thursday's F1 gossip column

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

Fernando Alonso
Alonso leads the title race by 11 points with two races to go

Ferrari's championship leader Fernando Alonso believes the Italian team's rivals are "trying to divert attention" by playing psychological games in the media. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner - whose drivers are both in contention for the title - this week said it would be "frustrating" to lose to the Spaniard after the Hockenheim team orders affair.
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Hispania's Brazilian driver Bruno Senna admits it will be an emotional experience driving in his home grand prix this weekend. Senna, the nephew of late F1 great Ayrton, has never raced in his home country, having started his career in Britain.
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Ahead of this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix, the premiere of a movie focusing on the career of Ayrton Senna took place on Wednesday night. The screening was attended by the coach of the national football team, Mano Menezes, Ferrari driver Felipe Massa and former two-time F1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi.
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Renault driver Robert Kubica believes it is impossible to predict this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix due to the potential impact of the weather and the demands placed on cars by the Interlagos circuit.
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The Netherlands' Yelmer Buurman, 23, is a candidate for an F1 test drive with Force India at the annual Young Driver test in Abu Dhabi, which is set to take place in the days following the final race of the season on 14 November.
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This story will be updated throughout the day.

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