SEPTEMBER 27, 1999
... as Zonta stays for 2000
BRITISH AMERICAN RACING has confirmed that Ricardo Zonta will stay with the team next season. The 23-year-old Brazilian has not had an easy time this year, his season having been disrupted by a foot injury which forced him to miss three races but his performances in comparison to Jacques Villeneuve have been quite impressive on occasion and have added to his reputation in the F1 paddock.
Zonta remains under a long-term contract to the McLaren team but for the 2000 season will help Villeneuve with the development of the new Honda V10 engine.
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