Welcome, to the RDF1 Gossip Column, where we run down all of the maybe's, possibilities and could do-s that occur near the end of the season. This of course is all in jest, and if you would like to get involved, shoot me or Andrew a PM and we shall review and add as appropriate. Tuesday 27th February: Red Bull officials met late after today's Brazilian Grand Prix to discuss the future of its two drivers. Our insiders indicate that the majority of the meeting was spent evaluating whether, after a difficult season, it was worth extending Woolford's contract with the team or to let him go post Abu Dhabi. A secondary discussion led to whether McLennan will step up to the lead driver role or whether they will get another driver in. Tom Glen was seen entering the FIA office after the race today after a very impressive 4th placed finish. We are unsure as to what the reasoning was after a positive result but rumours are that he is unhappy with the technical regulations that the FIA have put forward for next season. Mercedes have gone through on a pre season promise that if a driver was to win the WDC that they would fund a team trip to New York City. A Mercedes representative was unable to confirm whether the planned trip to the moon would still go ahead if they could do a WDC and WCC double. Haas F1 have declared themselves happy with the progress shown by their two drivers over the course of this season. But remain tight-lipped on whether they expected more reliability from their cars. Wednesday 28th February: Submitted by Drew Several news sources have leaked out information from the Sauber camp about their driver considerations for next season. After the podium celebrations were complete, Harry Green was spotted in street clothes walking in to the Sauber garage shaking his head. When asked by reporters why he was not on the grid he shrugged his shoulders, and with a clearly frustrated tone of voice simply said "The engines just wouldn't fire." "We took the car out for a few laps of practice, but a full lap hadn't been completed before feeling like my entire bottom half was on fire. We've only been working on one car consistently over the last few races as we have had different pay drivers coming to the foreground to take out the 2nd car, but very dodgy results have come from it". Gatis Sterste, a late arrival to the Interlagos circuit yesterday, surprisingly was seen in a Sauber driving suit. He pleaded with the team to let him take the car out for the race. The team initially said "no, the car will not make it", but sources claim he opened his checkbook and asked the team to name their price. Sterste started in last position and the car was destroyed after 4 corners. "This really puts a huge wrench in to our plans for next season," Green continues "This season has not gone to plan, and I strongly believe that the Sauber organization has not allowed me to showcase my talent, and I have been speaking with teams up and down the pit lane to make sure I am in a car for next season that I can challenge for the championship. I am as motivated as ever." Team Principal Frederic Vasseur was unavailable for comment. But rumor has it they are in talks with two pay drivers to pilot their cars next season. Stay tuned.