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Friday, 4 August, 2000, 19:05 GMT 20:05 UK
McRae sticks with Ford
Colin McRae
McRae is confident he can win another world title
Former world champion Colin McRae has signed a new two-year contract with the Ford world rally team.

The Scot, 32 on Saturday, lies third in the world championship race and has led the development of the Ford Focus as a rally car.

"I am totally committed to my goal of winning the championship again," he said.

"I feel that with the current level of confidence throughout the Ford team we have a real chance of achieving this.

Focused

"Now I have signed a contract with Ford for two more years the whole team can be settled in the knowledge that we will be focused on winning."

Martin Whitaker, European director of Ford Racing, said: "We are delighted that Colin has renewed his commitment to Ford."

McRae, whose new contract will take effect in 2001, made his FIA World Rally Championship debut in 1987 and won the title in 1995.

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