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return of March to Formula One
New team entry submitted to the FIA
30/05/09 09:39


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Another potential entry for the 2010 season
March Racing Organisation has submitted an entry to the FIA to participate in the 2010 championship.

March Engineering was originally formed in 1969 by Max Mosley, Alan Rees, Graham Coaker and Robin Herd and sold to Akira Akagi in 1989 to run under Leyton House branding. The team reverted to the March name in 1992 with Andrew Fitton taking over ahead of the team’s closure.

Fitton retains the rights to the March name and made his application to the FIA early this week, receiving confirmation of his entry on Thursday.


Along with Lola, Prodrive and USF1, MarchF1 has made their entry ahead of the deadline still unsure to what rules they will run in 2010 and await the publication on the 2010 entry list in July 12th.

Earl ALEXANDER
© CAPSIS International





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