Schumacher rejects retirement rumours

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher says Eddie Jordan is entitled to his opinion after the BBC F1 chief analyst reported he would be replaced at Mercedes by Lewis Hamilton.

Former team boss Jordan said Schumacher would retire from driving for a second time at the end of the year.

Meanwhile, Force India driver Paul Di Resta, who has been linked with a possible vacancy at McLaren, admits he has ambitions to "win world titles" - but denies he has an agreement to leave his current team.

The Italian Grand Prix takes place at Monza on Sunday, with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso leading the drivers' championship.

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