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Gossip: First countries to get new F1 streaming service?

– Germany, France, Mexico, the Netherlands and the USA are poised to be the first countries to get access to F1’s new ‘over the top’ broadcasting service, with more potentially to be added (F1 Broadcasting)

– Pirelli plans to use a similar F1 tyre test programme to last year through 2018, working with all 10 teams across the course of the season at a range of circuits to develop its compounds for the next campaign (ESPN)

Sergey Sirotkin may have been a surprise choice by Williams for its F1 seat, but the team has committed to a multi-year contract for the Russian (Planet F1)

– Toro Rosso F1 driver Brendon Hartley lifts the lid on his personal life, revealing his favourite book, his love for challenges and his greatest fear (Formula 1)

– David Schumacher, the son of Ralf Schumacher and nephew of F1 legend Michael Schumacher, begun his single-seater racing career in Formula 4 last weekend (Daily Mirror)

– Despite a recent Formula E test, Antonio Giovinazzi has stressed his focus remains on securing an F1 drive in the near future (Auto Hebdo)

– Plans are being formulated for an F1-standard race track in Tunisia (YouTube)

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