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The Cosworth cars company was founded as a British racing engine maker, based in Northampton in 1958 by Mike Costin and Keith Duckworth . Despite being an independent company Cosworth was supported by Ford for many years and most of the Cosworth turbo engines were branded Ford.

Cosworth has had a number of owners. United Engineering Industries purchased the company in 1980, UEI were taken over by Carlton Communications in 1988. Vickers bought Cosworth in 1990. In 1998 Vickers sold the company to Volkswagen Group, who then signed a deal with Ford, which bought the racing division which had long always made racing engines for Ford. Cosworth Technology offers a consultancy all about powertrain develpoment,, and its aluminium casting process is used by several car makers including Audi and Aston Martin. Volkswagen also sold Cosworth to the Mahle Group in December 2004.

Cosworth was split in 1998 into two companies, Cosworth Racing and Cosworth Technology.

In September 2004, Ford announced that it was selling Cosworth Racing, along with its Jag Formula One team. On 15/11/04, the sale of Cosworth was completed, to Champ Car World Series owners Gerald Forsythe and Kevin Kalkhoven, who renamed Cosworth Racing to Cosworth. Look out for Cosworth group A in futures pages.

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The Rs Cosworth Turbo Designed to blast through rally stages and meet Cosworth Group A regulations, this pumped-up homologation special had little in common with the standard Escort that topped the sales charts during the early Nineties. In fact, the muscular makeover hid a shortened Sierra RS Cosworth platform, together with that car’s powerful engine, plus four-wheel drive.

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