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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

MF1 Racing - new team at Bahrain GP 2006

A team called 'MF1 Racing' with a white, silver-grey and red livery, will leap off the Bahrain grid on March 12 2006. Owned by Alex Shnaider's Midland company, and formerly known as Jordan, it announced on Tuesday that it had officially entered the team for 2006 as 'MF1 Racing', and unveiled a proposed colour scheme and new logo to the press.

A statement said the new livery, as opposed to Eddie Jordan's traditional bright yellow, would 'create a unique identity' for the team. Midland explained that the new car, which has been designed and built at Silverstone, will be called 'M16'.

''As a new team, the challenge was to find the best way to graphically define our identity in the public's perception,'' principal Colin Kolles said of the livery.

The layout of the Midland fax paper, on which the statement was printed, is also significant. Gone are Narain Karthikeyan's main sponsors (Tata, Speed), but still displayed are Galp and the 'Portugal' logo, indicating that Tiago Monteiro has indeed signed to drive alongside Christijan Albers.
Source: UpdateSport.com

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