Its company name: 'Cosworth', was derived as a portmanteau of the surnames of its two founders (COStin and duck WORTH). XIV) were sold to Lotus exclusively, and many of the other racing engines up to Mk. XIII, a pure racing engine based on Lotus Twin Cam, through its domination of the class.Both of the co-founders were former employees of Lotus Engineering Ltd., and Cosworth initially maintained a strong relationship with Colin Chapman; and initial revenues of the company came almost exclusively from Lotus. This newly found security enabled the company to distance itself from the Lotus Mk.But at least he recognizes that the beater beneath him needs a complete overhaul, even if he can barely cobble up a coherent list of particulars, or name the mechanics who might be able to fix the damn thing.
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In September, 2004 Ford announced that it was selling Cosworth and Pi Research, along with Cosworth Racing Ltd, and its Jaguar Formula One team.
On 15 November 2004, the sale of Cosworth was completed, to Champ Car World Series owners Gerald Forsythe and Kevin Kalkhoven, the current Cosworth Group.
Cosworth then went through a number of ownership changes.
After Duckworth decided he didn't want to be involved with the day-to-day business of running a growing company, he sold out the ownership to United Engineering Industries (UEI) in 1980, retaining his life presidency and day-to-day technical involvement with Cosworth, and becoming a UEI board director; UEI was a group of small to medium-sized technology companies, which was taken over by Carlton Communications in 1988 – Carlton was primarily interested in some of the audio-visual companies in the UEI portfolio, and Cosworth was a poor fit with these; a new buyer for the company in the engineering/automotive sector was sought, and the traditional engineering company Vickers plc bought Cosworth in 1990.