Finland newspaper Turun Sanomat
reports that Renault has received an offer to sell 40 percent of its Formula 1 team from a Russian investment gro
up. The newspaper said a deal could result in Russian driver Vitaly Petrov, who has shown well in GP2, being brought into the team as new signing Robert Kubica's 2010 teammate. Ex-Toyota driver Timo Glock, who had been strongly linked to a Renault seat, signed yesterday with the new Manor team.