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Still uncertain Cosworth will continue with Formula 1



Cosworth currently engine supplying for HRT and Marussia, Formula 1 ready to switch current V8 engine to V6 turbo from the start of 2014 F1 season.

But still unsure British engine manufactures Cosworth will continue with Formula 1, and unconfident they can supply new engines for 2014 season.

“I’d love love to do when we find a sustainable solution that we can offer potential buyers, we would like to do We’re in negotiations with customers and hopefully find we are one way to continue to be there. ” Cosworth representative Kim Spearman said.

“We are in the business for 54 years, most of that time in Formula 1 we have passionate people at Cosworth, who wish to remain in Formula 1,” said Spearman.

“We are developing a Cosworth system with an external supplier. Various chassis will require different versions.”

“Basically we develop with help from outside their own system, if you want to put it that way,” says Spearman. On the V6 engine is also in a serious state, “We work for 18 months on the engine.”

“In 2012 we will focus on the next six races, and want the team to help you achieve the maximum we want to consolidate the tenth place in the constructors’ championship.”.

“As was to be read, they will go with us in 2013 and a KERS package compatible use,” says Spearman.

Cosworth fix a solution to the energy recovery system KERS to work at Cosworth, though not entirely in-house. The KERS next season, but will come from Williams.

“This is the tempo mark another step forward We are thrilled with HRT, we are still in negotiations…”

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