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|15th November 2004, 23:34||#1|
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now isnt that good news..
10 teams confirmed for 2005 !
cant wait for 24th nov.
thats when all the testing starts..
|16th November 2004, 03:52||#2|
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Yeh good thing that 10 teams remain. Would have hated to see the concept of non-scoring 3rd car participating in races. I just hope that Red Bull can manage the team better than Ford. BTW, officially confirmed by F1racing.net that Jordan will be supplied Toyota engines next year. Minardi will still continue using Cosworth motors.
|16th November 2004, 16:39||#3|
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Red Bull now owns the former Jaguar team and intend to take part in 2005.
They will use Cosworth engines next season, due to the progressed work on the Jaguar 2005 car, but will likely change engines for 2006.
So - that's good news.
We still have 10 teams for 2005, and 12 for 2006, if all goes according to plan.
Who said F1 was in trouble ?
Viva la F1 .....
F1 for Life ....
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