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The team once known as Jordan has another new set of owners, and ambitions are high. But our ex-F1 designer, who still knows a lot of the people at his old team, believes the new bosses should be careful in their pursuit of any short-term gains.
The big off-track story of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend centred on what was previously known as Force India, and is still - sort of - known as Force India.
Twenty years on from Jordan's first win in the 1998 race at Spa (and its only one-two finish), the team has changed its name once again. It's now, according to the entry list, 'Racing Point Force India Formula One Team' - not a nomenclature that trips readily from the tongue...
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