How Cosworth aims to be a force again

How Cosworth aims to be a force again

Cosworth boss Mark Gallagher speaks exclusively to AUTOSPORT about the company's successful return to Formula 1, the future of one of the sport's most iconic engine builders, and reveals his views on the 2013 engine rules debate

The sport's landscape is changing rapidly for Formula 1's engine manufacturers with proposed new rules for 2013 and huge development taking place in the peripheral areas of the current 'frozen' 2.4-litre V8 units.

But while intense debate continues over the future regulation framework of engines, with the FIA insisting that its proposed KERS-assisted 1.6-litre inline four cylinder units become mandatory for the start of 2013 - in spite of opposition - Cosworth's general manager Mark Gallagher believes his company is in a strong position whatever the outcome.

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