HVM Re-Sign Bremer for 2006

Ronnie Bremer's Champ Car career took yet another bizarre turn after his former team HVM Racing announced that they had resigned him for 2006

HVM Re-Sign Bremer for 2006

Sponsorship difficulties meant that the Dane was dropped by HVM Racing for last weekend's Toronto race and was replaced by Alex Sperafico.

Bremer then signed a deal to finish this season with Dale Coyne Racing in the number 19 car replacing Ryan Delziel.

Now, HVM Racing have said that they have extended their 2005 agreement with Bremer and the 26-year-old will rejoin the team in 2006.

The HVM statement said: "Due to certain circumstances HVM is unable to continue running him this season. Although he is currently under contract with HVM, he has been released for this race initially to continue his rookie endeavours."

Bremer completed five races for HVM this season and earned three top ten finishes, including a seventh in his Champ Car debut at Long Beach.

HVM Racing teamowner Keith Wiggins said: "We have developed a very good relationship with Ronnie. We recognise his talent, he's done a great job for us on the track and he is a good representative of our team and partners off the track, so it was important for us to secure his services."

Bremer, pleased that his future is secure, said: "While I wish I could have continued this season with HVM, I appreciate the opportunity to continue my battle for the Rookie of the Year with Dale Coyne Racing and I look forward to my return to HVM in 2006."

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