No change at Stewart

OCTOBER 13, 1997

No change at Stewart

AS expected Jackie Stewart has reconfirmed that his drivers in 1998 will be Rubens Barrichello and Jan Magnussen. Both have long-term contracts with the Milton Keynes-based team and it is entirely logical to maintain stability by keeping the same driver pairing. Barrichello did what was expected of him this year, scoring the team's first World Championship points with second place at Monaco. Magnussen has struggled but in recent races has begun to show better form. The team is not expected to nominate a test driver until midway through next year when it will have a test team up-and-running.

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VILLENEUVE IN TROUBLE

JUNIOR TEAM FEVER

NISSAN VERSUS YAMAHA

KATAYAMA QUITS F1

MOSLEY GETS ANOTHER FOUR YEARS

THE F1 CALENDAR AND OTHER DECISIONS

TYRRELL CLIMBS DOWN BUT FUTURE LOOKS UP

MOSLEY HINTS AT CONCORDE CANCELLATION

BAT PUTS BACK LAUNCH DATE AGAIN

...BUT MINARDI GETS FORD

NO CHANGE AT STEWART

CZAPSKI TO FERRARI

HIS TO FORD?