OCTOBER 19, 2000
Irvine wishes the best for Johnny
EDDIE IRVINE is hoping that his team-mate Johnny Herbert turns in a positive result in Malaysia for his last ever race of his grand prix career.
In what he described as a 'long hard season', Irvine will also be hoping to re-live the memories of last year, when he took the checkered flag in winning the first Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Briton said: "It's been a long hard season with little to show for all the effort the whole team has put in, at the circuits and the factory, so it would be great to get a reasonable result in the final race.
"I have pleasant memories of this track, as I won last year, although the awful humidity makes life far from pleasant. I really hope that Johnny has a good one, as it's his last grand prix."
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