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Cosworth CA2011 capable of winning Grand Prix

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Aug.01 – Cosworth’s general manager Mark Gallagher thinks that Cosworth engine CA2011 that is proficient of winning grands prix. Cosworth engine powering Williams, Virgin and HRT get four points between them in 11 races.

“The CA2011 is a competitive unit, more than the results have suggested so far this year,” he told the official F1 website. We have a powerful unit and have also continued to demonstrate Cosworth’s proven reliability, which is vital for our teams to have confidence in the product.

“We have seen a couple of issues, much as one would expect given how hard the engines are pushed, but we have had a good season on the reliability side of things – probably among the best in the sport – as shown again by all six Cosworth-powered cars finishing the Hungarian Grand Prix.”

“The Cosworth engine has good reliability and excellent all-round performance, and I remain convinced that it has the potential to win races in the right car. He added. We have to continue to work hard with all three teams and also look to future developments; I believe Marussia Virgin Racing and HRT F1 will make another good step in 2012.”


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