Motor racing-Mosley optimistic struggling F1 teams will survive


By Alan Baldwin SHANGHAI, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Formula One is likely to continue with the same number of teams next season despite Ford's decision to quit, world motorsport head Max Mosley said on Friday. Ford owns the Jaguar team which is up for sale along with engine maker Cosworth -- also supplier to struggling Jordan and Minardi. "What I think is the most likely scenario ... is that someone will buy Jaguar, Minardi will keep going like they always have and Jordan will find a ...

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