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Montoya back to Williams, Webber outUPDATE #2 (GMM) At Indianapolis on Thursday, Juan Pablo Montoya was giving nothing away about his uncertain future in formula one.
At the fabled Motor Speedway in 2000, the Colombian won the Indy 500 before moving back to Europe to Williams. Interestingly, with his McLaren career seemingly at an end, returning to America or returning to Frank Williams' team appear to be two of the most likely lifelines for the 30-year-old for 2007.
''When I make a decision, you'll find out,'' Montoya told a news conference.
''The difference between me and a lot of guys is I don't make my discussions public. I talk through the teams and that's it.
''I know what's happening and I am very happy.''
06/29/06 (GMM) After a two-season sojourn at McLaren, Juan Pablo Montoya will return to Williams in 2007, according to a Spanish newspaper.
'AS' reports that the 30-year-old Colombian, who was in danger of dropping out of the sport altogether after two disappointing years alongside Kimi Raikkonen, is to steer a Toyota-powered Williams for the F1 team he debuted for five years ago.
Montoya's teammate, 'AS' contends, will be Nico Rosberg, as Mark Webber - with his links to manager Flavio Briatore - sets off to steer a Renault-powered Red Bull.
06/28/06 Williams drivers Mark Webber and Nico Rosberg are likely to stay at the British team. Williams' technical director said the team was keen on keeping the pair for another season. "The driver decision will be Frank's, but the most likely thing is to continue with the two drivers we have for next year," Sam Michael told Autosport. "All the options are in Williams' favor as things go. Frank will make his choice when the time is right. I can't see anything else he'd do."
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