By Alan Baldwin SHANGHAI, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has said he doubts whether struggling teams Jordan and Minardi will be around next year. Minardi boss Paul Stoddart responded by saying his team would definitely compete, while Eddie Jordan promised he would "fight tooth and nail" to be on the grid for the start of the 2005 season. Commercial supremo Ecclestone said at the inaugural Chinese Grand Prix that he thought there would be fewer than 10 teams in ...
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