Motor racing-Williams close to signing engine deal


BUDAPEST, July 29 (Reuters) - The Williams Formula One team say they are close to signing an engine deal for 2006, with current partners BMW still an option. "We will be signing one contract in the next fortnight (two weeks) at the very most," team boss Frank Williams told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Friday. Media reports have suggested that the former champions are set to switch to privately-owned Cosworth for 2006 and then Toyota the following year. BMW are buying ...

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