Super Aguri have pulled out of the 2008 Formula One world championship after struggling for weeks to raise enough funding to continue.
Super Aguri could be forced out of Formula One after a potential investor pulled the plug on a multi-million pound deal.
Japan's Formula One team Super Aguri will be able to start the new season next weekend after securing financial backing from Britain's Magma Group.
Formula One newcomers Super Aguri have replaced struggling Japanese rookie Yuji Ide with France's Franck Montagny on advice from the sport's governing body.
Japan's Super Aguri team have been given the green light to take their place on the grid in this year's F1 world championship.
Japan's planned Super Aguri F1 team have said they will re-apply to compete in next year's championship after being left off the list of 2006 entrants.
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