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Cosworth at PRI 2016

Cosworth is excited to announce that it will once again be showcasing its latest range of cutting edge motorsport solutions, this time at the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show 2016 (Indianapolis, USA 8-10 December).

After its appearance at the Professional MotorSport World Expo in Köln in November, Cosworth will once more be displaying its latest range of performance electronics. Amongst these will be the Cosworth RLU data logger, the new CCW MKII steering wheel, which f...eatures a customisable, integrated, full-colour 4.3"-display, Cosworth's new control strategy software toolchain, and the ergonomically designed RSP20 switch panel keypad.

The Cosworth powertrain range will also be on display in Indianapolis. Some of Cosworth's latest pistons, cranks and camshafts, all designed and manufactured using expertise accrued through decades of engineering experience, will be showcased at the Trade Show. Including a selection of Cosworth aftermarket products and merchandise supplied by Cosworth Performance.

In addition, attendees at the event will be given the chance to see some of these Cosworth products in action within the new Tatuus USF-17. This model will serve as the latest generation of chassis for the first two steps on the acclaimed Mazda Road to Indy open-wheel racing development ladder. The new Tatuus USF-17 will be the series' standard for at least the next five years and will feature a state-of-the-art carbon fiber monocoque chassis. It will be put on display at the event, fully equipped with a Cosworth CFW277 steering wheel with integrated dash and gear change paddles. The model will also be fitted with the Cosworth Omega L2 Plus Data Logger, which is linked via CAN to a Cosworth SQ6 ECU and GCU.

The 2016 PRI Trade Show will be the 3rd staging of the event, which attracts nearly 50,000 visitors from 72 countries. Cosworth is delighted to be present at the event, and will be available to talk more about its latest motorsport products in the Expo's Yellow Hall, at Stand #5049.

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