INTERVIEW-Motor racing-Cosworth able to engage fifth team - head


By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL, May 26 (Reuters) - Cosworth would be able to supply engines to a fifth Formula One team next season but expect competition from Renault, according to manager Mark Gallagher. Renault last week indicated that they were looking to power another team in addition to their own and championship leaders Red Bull, triggering speculation that Cosworth could lose one of their four current customers -- possibly Williams or Lotus. Gallagher, who heads Cosworth's F1 ...

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