OCTOBER 27, 2000
Williams dismiss Schumacher-Montoya unrest
NEW BMW-Williams pairing of Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher has already sparked off some real controversy by hitting out at each other before they have teamed up.
Colombian Montoya, Jenson Button's replacement, hit back at comments made by German Schumacher but team spokesman Nav Sidhu described the situation evolving as a result of two committed drivers wanting to be better than the other.
Sidhu played down the conflict between the two drivers as just "two very committed drivers expressing their thoughts." and said that they will work well together next season.
"We have no doubt in the ability of both men to work together effectively over the course of the year," Sidhu said.
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