F1 » EXCLUSIVE Gascoyne admits Cosworth unknown is 'a concern'


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This is the frank and logic talk of an experienced man regardless if you like him or not. When a man of his caliber undertakes to do something he’s got to have full confidence and believe in what he’s doing but the engine which has been imposed on them is going to be a new and unproved unit regardless of the Cosworth past. As I have tried to explain earlier detuning the CA from 20k plus rpm to 18k rpm means virtually a new engine, didn’t I mentioned new castings? This is all apart from the all important reliability factor which lets say wasn’t a strong point of the CA. and what about what the article calls the enforced used of the Cosworth on the new teams, is this going to be refuted by the FIA? Is it going to be used as proof in the French court by N TECH and in the complain at the EU by the Yugoslav would be team.



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