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Cosworth USA to display with Hi Octane Racing at WTAC.

We are proud to announce that two of the senior sales engineers from Cosworth USA will be joining us on display stand at the World Time Attack Challenge on Friday and Saturday 5th and 6th August. Cosworth is a brand that should need no introduction to anyone with even a passing interest in performance or racing vehicles. This company has long been an industry leader in almost every facet of motorsport from Formula one to Indy car, from World Rally car to Lemans. In recent years Cosworth has put these same resources to work in the tuner industry releasing a range of components for Japanese performance cars. The same “no compromise” approach to these components that is applied to their race engines has seen an ever growing range of products to satisfy the most discerning enthusiast. And with the Australian dollar in a very strong position against the US dollar, the value could be seen as extraordinary.

“We are excited to have the Cosworth guys over” said Hi Octane Racing sales manager Kyle Major, “As Hi Octane Racing is an authorised Cosworth dealer we will be looking at ways to further develop our business relationship with these guys, and Australia would certainly be one place that Cosworth should expect some serious growth, with our ever growing time attack scene and strong Australian/US dollar ratio”


Joining the sales engineers on the big trip down under will be our good friend and Cosworth master tuner for the Sierra Sierra team, Eric Hsu. If you are cruising around the pit area make sure you stop by and say g’day, and show these guys some good old fashioned Australian hospitality.

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