Motor racing-Albers to stay with Spyker, engine deal imminent


By Alan Baldwin SHANGHAI, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Dutch driver Christijan Albers will stay with Spyker next season, the renamed Midland Formula One team announced on Friday. "First I get to keep my place in the team, then it becomes a Dutch team and best of all they've agreed to pay me," the 27-year-old said in a statement at the Chinese Grand Prix. "It doesn't get better than that going into the third year of my F1 career." Dutch luxury sportscar maker Spyker, whose exclusive cars ...

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