FEBRUARY 7, 2001
Gary Anderson reappears
DUMPED by Jaguar Racing in December, Gary Anderson has been keeping a low profile in recent months, taking a much-needed rest after a difficult 2000 season with the team. There have been rumors that Anderson may go to Arrows but it is hard to see how he would fit in with the current technical director Mike Coughlan. Anderson has been talking for some time about leaving Formula 1 and enjoying himself and this may mean that he will return to America where he enjoyed a period engineering Roberto Moreno with the Galles team in the mid 1980s.
Anderson was in America at the weekend, engineering a Porsche 911 in the Daytona 24 Hours. The car was being driven by Kyle Petty, Leo Hendry, Gian Luigi Buitoni and Peter Baron.
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COULTHARD PUTS MARRIAGE PLANS ON HOLD AS HE BIDS FOR TITLE
FERRARI REVEAL TOP TRIO WILL STAY
GARY ANDERSON REAPPEARS
HAKKINEN'S SPA MANEUVER NAMED "PRICELESS MOMENT" OF 2000 SEASON
INDIA MOVES TO BAN TOBACCO SPONSORSHIPS
MICHELINS FOR MINARDI
NEIL RESSLER'S LEGACY AT JAGUAR
NEWEY HAS HIGH HOPES FOR NEW MCLAREN-MERCEDES
SCHUMACHER STAYS ON TRACK AT MUGELLO
WHAT NOW FOR EUROPEAN MINARDI?