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The new Japanese Formula One crew on the Block, Aguri Suzuki's modestly-billed Super Aguri F1 team, are in negotiations with former Minardi honcho Paul Stoddart to purchase five Arrows cars that Stoddart picked up when Arrows took that final bite outta the big one in 2003. Minardi experimented with the cars, having last run them at Imola early this year. Due to the Concorde Agreement, unless all manufacturers agree, a team must run its own chassis, preventing Suzuki from purchasing last year's BAR chassis. According to Stoddart, with a Honda V-10 plopped in, the Arrows cars are a "very credible" stopgap measure until Suzuki can get its own vehicle together.

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