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Super Aguri news // Sato and Davidson discuss their upcoming partnership

Published by Christine

You see, what happens is, you take a day off to go to an F1 related function, [dead link] and then all hell breaks loose. There's news left, right and centre and I don't know where to start.

Well, I do, obviously, because I've started.

Anthony Davidson has been speaking about his new team, and being a little bit optimistic whilst he's at it. Talking at Autosport International, Davidson said he never gave up hope during his testing years at Honda, that he would one day get a race drive.

It did become frustrating at some points and finally it happened. They have been helpful in securing me a drive at Aguri, so I can't be bitter, as they have helped me secure the drive.

- Anthony Davidson

I'm glad he's got a drive, and so are many other people. When he was introduced at AI, the interviewer asked for a cheer for Anthony's big break. It was a nice, big cheer.

Davidson has also gone on record to talk about the Super Aguri customer car row.

There are limited teams on the grid, it costs so much money to create a team and there are too many good drivers out there who would never get the chance to even do Formula Ford let alone F1. If it can look professional and be run in a professional way, then I think it is right.

- Anthony Davidson

He's bound to say that, though, isn't he?

And not to be overshadowed by his new team-mate, Takuma Sato has been talking of his 10th position excitement at the Brazilian Grand Prix in 2006, and his desire to work well with Anthony to get the team some points.

We have to work together. We are still a young team so Anthony has great knowledge for the teams and the cars. We will work together, push together, to get the maximum - and that is how we will do it. I am looking forward to working with him.

- Anthony Davidson

Bless. I look forward to great things from Super Aguri. Well, good things. Well, something?