F1 » Hülkenberg: Cosworth engine 'better' and 'stronger' than Toyota

Williams F1 graduate Nico Hülkenberg has delivered an early vote of confidence to Cosworth's new V8 powerplant - by describing the engine as 'better' and 'stronger' than the Toyota it has replaced

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Paul Kirk - Unregistered

February 17, 2010 3:54 AM

My understanding re Cosworth's 06 engine is that it was very advanced and compact and don't forget they were first to achieve 20,000 rpm. So I'm very optimistic about there future in F1. Anyway, I sure hope they do well as I somehow feel close to them due to having watched their successes over the decades and listened their music here in N.Z. when some of the competitors that came here to race in our sommer series used them. Oh Yeah, those were the days!!!!!


February 17, 2010 4:06 AM

Suppose I am realy going to stir it a bit here, the article mentions Cosworth as an independant British engine maker. The last time I checked they are an American company, British based as may be, but owned by the people that used to run the Champ car series!!!

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