22 teams seek F1 entry for 2008

Posted: April 3, 2006 by Neeraj in External, FIA, News, QuickBits

As reported on Reuters

Twenty two teams have applied to race in the 12-team 2008 Formula One championship, the sport’s governing body said on Friday.

Other applicants are known to include former Minardi owner and aviation entrepreneur Paul Stoddart, and ex-BAR and Benetton team principal David Richards’ Prodrive company, which confirmed it had applied earlier on Friday.

Craig Pollock, a BAR founder who is also the manager of Canada’s 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve, could be another would-be entrant.

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