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Cosworth CA2010 Engine
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19 March, 2010 14:23
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Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
Mr. Pink (IP Logged)
19 March, 2010 14:35
Would love to have it in my living room as a coffee table. (Sm100)

Sir Frank: "It's what we do, we love doing it. It's like oxygen, it fixes you".

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
pgj (IP Logged)
19 March, 2010 14:43
It would not fit into my Dyson.

It is a beautiful looking unit.

I didn't know that it was the Ruby Throated Hummingbird that beat its wings at 150 bpm. Hope that the Ruby in the cockpit does not have to operate so rapidly! lol!

Williams and proud of it.

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
19 March, 2010 16:32
I don't think the missus will let me have one I could dream all I want but the answer would be NO looks great though

100% Williams

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
TerraNova19 (IP Logged)
19 March, 2010 19:23
Finally we have an official number for HP: over 750 smiling smiley

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
GPL (IP Logged)
19 March, 2010 20:09
Yep good news.

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
GPL (IP Logged)
20 March, 2010 12:36
Mar.19 (GMM) Red Bull continues to rail against the supposed horsepower advantage enjoyed at present by its rivals with Mercedes engines.

After several engine problems last year, the Renault powered team attempted to switch to Mercedes for 2010, but according to Helmut Marko was vetoed not only by the marque's Brackley based works team but also by McLaren.

Instead, Red Bull has applied to the FIA to allow Renault to improve the performance of its engine, but the governing body has declined, insisting that it is instead up to the best engine makers to agree to de-tune their power plants.

"We have 3.5 to 4 per cent less power than Mercedes," Red Bull's team boss Christian Horner told Germany's Auto Bild Motorsport.

He claims there is a 2 per cent performance difference allowed by FIA statutes, adding that Mercedes is "refusing to consent to the equalisation".

But there is a bright side for Red Bull. BBC television's pitlane reporter Ted Kravitz claims Renault has improved its power over the winter, while the French marque's 2.4 litre V8 remains the "most fuel-efficient engine on the grid".

Kravitz cites Williams' technical director Sam Michael as confirming that Mercedes and Cosworth are next best in the efficiency stakes, with Ferrari the most fuel-thirsty engine in F1.
In the new era of no in-race refuelling, it means Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber are starting grands prix in 2010 with 10kg less fuel than the Ferraris, which according to Michael was a nearly ten second weight advantage over the full race distance in Bahrain.

Re: Cosworth CA2010 Engine
pgj (IP Logged)
20 March, 2010 17:20
Good work by Cosworth though.

Williams and proud of it.

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