Super Aguri Team

Autosport reports that German automotive company, Weigl Group, is engaged in talks to support Super Aguri for the balance of 2008 and take some ownership or involvement in the team. The deal must be sold to Honda and Aguri Suzuki is flying to Japan to sell the 8-ball committee on the idea.

It must be said that I hope this deal goes through and that Honda, unwilling to support SA further, will help the team engage the Weigl Group in a meaningful manner to keep them on the grid.  We need Super Aguri!  I also hope that Mr. Ecclestone can be influential in helping this deal materialize.

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It would be great to see them on the (last row of the) grid again, but will Ant have his ride after speaking not so highly of them? He was right to say what he did, but talk about poor timing. Those comments may have spoiled his welcome at SA and should come after SA was officially dead or at the end of the season.


He was trying to be positive when interviewed on the track just before the start of the Spanish GP. So his comments are born of frustration and are no doubt felt throughout the team.

Hopefully a deal, any deal, comes off soon.


Still, the predominant trait of anyone of any power in F1 is an inflated ego, and even the guys who aren’t doing their jobs very well could be rubbed the wrong way. I’m sure Davidson could care less what certain other drivers think. Hopefully his comments gained him more respect among team principals who are looking for a good #2 for next year. I’d love to see what he could do in a competitive car. The Ant’s attitude and passion is quickly making my opinion of him rise closer to the level of my favourite Brit – Johnny Herbert. Fools… Read more »