In today's Formula 1 Gossip, McLaren's Petrobras deal terminated, Fernando Alonso speaks of possible return to the sport, and Ross Brawn says Lewis Hamilton is "rewritting" history. 

- Petrobras has cancelled its F1 deal with the McLaren squad, according to reports in Brazilian media (Exame)

- Fernando Alonso admits a return to F1 will get “more difficult” with every passing year (GQ, in Spanish)

- Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, who is on the verge of clinching his sixth drivers’ world title, is “rewriting” F1 history, says Ross Brawn (IBTimes)

- 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button says Max Verstappen is the fastest driver to ever race in F1 (talkSPORT, via ESPN)

- Romain Grosjean says he is not convinced by Lewis Hamilton’s plant-based diet, arguing it is "negative" for athletes (RaceFans)

- MotoGP’s Valentino Rossi has confirmed that a machine swap with F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is in the pipeline (Crash.net

- McLaren's Lando Norris has shown off a new special helmet design that he will use at this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Mexico Special

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- Valtteri Bottas hits the beach as he gears up to attempt to delay Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton's title celebrations in Mexico City. The Finn sits 64 points behind Hamilton with 104 points left up for grabs, meaning the Briton needs to outscore Bottas by 14 points to win the title this weekend. 

 

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