CANBERRA — Ford Motor Australia's Tickford Falcons could be sold in the U.K. under new owners, Prodrive. Prodrive, the company run by world rally boss David Richards, bought Tickford in late May for an undisclosed sum. Prodrive last year turned over £60 million (US$82.4 million) and Tickford had revenues of £40 million (US$54.9 million). Nick Fry, who was director of product planning for Ford of Europe when he defected to Prodrive in January, believes Prodrive can help Tickford's racing ...
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