FRANKFURT, June 22 (Reuters) - Germany's BMW has agreed to buy a majority stake in Swiss Formula One racing team Sauber, the German carmaker said on Wednesday. It said in a statement the decision would affect its ties with current Formula One partner Williams and it would discuss future options with Williams. BMW have supplied engines to Williams since returning to Formula One in 2000. Sauber's engines are currently supplied by Ferrari.
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