Cosworth bid to beat FIA ‘freeze’

Posted: September 5, 2006 by Neeraj in Cosworth, Engines, FIA, Formula-One, Monza, RaceTracks, Simon Corbyn, Teams

As reported on homeofsport

The independent engine maker’s head of engineering, Simon Corbyn, revealed that Cosworth approved a ‘very aggressive’ upgrade for the Monza race, featuring an upper limit of 20,000rpm. “Cosworth has pushed hard to approve the best possible specification … in readiness for the impending FIA engine homologation deadline”.

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Comments
  1. Paul F. says:

    Good. Maybe now Scott Speed can get a point or two before the end of the year.

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