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Le Mans: Davidson to compete for Aston in potential race-winner
At last something on the race track has come good for Anthony Davidson – the former F1 pilot and BBC radio commentator is to drive for Aston Martin in this year’s 24 hours of Le Mans in June.
F1: Could Super Aguri – and Davidson – ride again?
Could it happen? Could Aguri Suzuki really put a second successful F1 entry together and get his much-missed underdog team back onto the grid? And, if he did, would he re-hire Anthony Davidson?
F1: Davidson switches to BBC commentary role
Former Honda and Super Aguri driver Anthony Davidson is to move into a full-time commentary role for 2009, according to an announcement made today.
No open-wheel drive for Davidson – but do Mansell and Le Mans beckon?
Anthony Davidson is potentially moving on to sportscars – where he could just possibly appear alongside former F1 world champion Nigel Mansell at one of the world’s most prestigious motorsports events.
IRL: Panther Racing to check out Davidson and Conway
An intriguing snippet of driver news reaches us from the US, where Panther Racing is hoping to expand and run a second car in the IRL next season.
F1: Davidson views glass as half-full
Anthony Davidson remains optimistic about a return to Formula One racing next season, saying that he is receiving interest from teams looking for race drivers as well as testers.
F1: Honda’s Fry has nothing to offer Davidson
Nick Fry’s bid to prove that he’s the hardest-headed team boss in F1 goes on apace with the news that the driveless Brit Anthony Davidson currently has little to expect from Honda.
F1: Davidson hopeful for the future
Anthony Davidson, the British driver recently unseated after his Super Aguri team went out of business, has said he is hopeful of continuing his Formula One career.
Interview round-up: Carroll, Kerr, Davidson, Button and Wilson
The last few days has seen a spate of interesting interviews with British drivers across the different series of world open-wheel racing, from A1GP to IndyCar by way of Formula One.