Motor racing-Toyota committed to Jordan next year


By Nick Mulvenney HOCKENHEIM, Germany, July 21 (Reuters) - Toyota intend to supply the Jordan team with engines for next season but are unlikely to be able to do the same for Williams. John Howett, president of Toyota motorsport, said nothing should be read into the lack of an announcement about the extension of the Jordan deal for another year. "The position of Toyota is that we are committed to supply Jordan," he told a news conference at the German Grand Prix on Thursday. "I am ...

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