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Spice group to take on Super Aguri team

By Motortrend India Staff   |   03 February,2008

A new development has cropped up in the F1 scenario in India after Vijay Mallya’s Force India One investment recently. Spice Group, the main source behind India’s A1 Grand Prix are exchanging words with cash-strapped Super Aguri for a possible take over of the Formula One team, according to Indian driver Narain Karthikeyan's manager.

And if the result of the talks is not convincing, there is a chance of Narain’s come back to the F1 race for this team this year and this will definitely be a proud moment not only for Narain but also for India. Narain started his racing career with the Jordan team and presently he represents India’s A1 Grand Prix team.

Super Aguri will also join hands with the Indian corporate and it could be the Tatas who will be official sponsors. The deal is yet to be confirmed. According to Andaleeb Sehgal, CEO of Spice, they are in talks with two teams and as of now there are no acquisitions and they are waiting for a valuable deal that will be within their reach.

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