Reuters is reporting that the new Super Aguri F1 team may run Honda-powered Arrows for the 2006 season. Strangely enough, the team had already made separate arrangements to use the old Arrows team factory as its base.
The team had hoped to use last-years BAR-Honda chassis, but current F1 rules stipulate that each team must create its own unique cars.
Enter ex-Minardi owner Paul Stoddart, who bought up the entire Arrows operation from Tom Walkinshaw when the team went under in 2002, including the designs and intellectual property rights to the Arrows cars. He is now looking to sell the package to Super Aguri, who would have to modify the cars to carry the Honda V-10 instead of the original Cosworth V-10.



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