F1 » Cosworth praises 'terrific job' of F1 2010 newcomers

Cosworth's head of operations Mark Gallagher has lauded the 'terrific job' done by F1 2010 newcomers Lotus, Virgin and HRT 'under difficult circumstances' this year - and hopes at least one of them may be rewarded with a point or two for their efforts before the season is out

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August 13, 2010 12:20 PM

if cossie were relying on the newcomers, they would still be in trouble. it is williams that have gien them the ability to progress. it is interesting that the newcomer that has made any progress, fake lotus, is actually ditching the cossie and going for renault. maye this statement is an effort to try and get lotus to remain with cossie?

Eric - Unregistered

August 13, 2010 12:49 PM

I think that Lotus leaving is more to do with the gearbox than anything else. If they get a gearbox and KERS from renault this makes total sense to them. I believe all their failures to finish have been the box or hydraulics?!

boo radley - Unregistered

August 13, 2010 1:46 PM

Yeah, the newcomers have all been doing a terrific job alright, always running at the back of the field, getting in the way of the faster cars and finishing several laps down.

They have all been doing superbly!


August 13, 2010 2:17 PM

ROB, that's what has been reported so far.
ERIC, you might have a point with the gearbox (Renault) but with KERS I don't know as Cosworth are going to produce their own too.
BLZBUB, Williams acquiring Cosworth? The VW group rejected it as they couldn't see any profit being made, FORD proved them right after taking it over from them, they found they couldn't afford it, so Williams???


August 13, 2010 3:01 PM

@107SS2009 . . . not aquiring, just running a mutually beneficial partnership, was there no way they could have helped each other, williams would have always wanted an engine, and cosworth needed a chassis to put there engines in

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