Tag Archive: GKN

Sep 21

Nelson Piquet Jr and Mitch Evans to electrify Panasonic Jaguar Racing

Panasonic Jaguar Racing reveal Nelson Piquet Jr as their new driver for Formula E season four

Panasonic Jaguar Racing, Mitch Evans, Nelson Piquet Jr, Ho-Pin TungBrazilian champion joins Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Mitch Evans and reserve driver Ho-Pin Tung. Jaguar’s all-electric I-TYPE 2 racecar unveiled in full season four race livery. GKN and Viessmann join Panasonic Jaguar Racing as Official Team Partners. Read the rest of this entry »


Sep 13

Panasonic Jaguar Racing announce a Multi-Year Partnership with GKN  

GKN is announced as Official Team Partner of Panasonic Jaguar Racing  

2017-07-27_10819GKN will apply its driveline and additive manufacturing expertise to Jaguar’s all electric Formula E car: the Jaguar I-TYPE. GKN collaboration with Jaguar since the original 1935 saloon. Panasonic Jaguar Racing launch Season 4 team on 21 September. Read the rest of this entry »


May 02

Williams reports 2013 annual results

The Group’s overall income has increased to £132.4m

Williams Grand Prix Holdings logo Williams Grand Prix Holdings PLC (WGPH, Ticker: WGF1) today announced the Group’s financial results for the year ended 31 December 2013. WGPH is the holding company of the Williams group of companies, which includes Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited. Read the rest of this entry »


Apr 01

Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited sells Williams Hybrid Power to GKN

This will see Williams Hybrid Power rebranded as GKN Hybrid Power

Williams Grand Prix Holdings logo Williams Grand Prix Holdings PLC (“Williams”) (Ticker: WGF1; ISIN DE000A1H6VM4) is pleased to announce today the sale of Williams Hybrid Power Limited from Williams’ subsidiary, Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited, to GKN Land Systems Limited in a multi-million pound transaction. Read the rest of this entry »


Oct 17

F1 engine maker Cosworth for sale

Cosworth is for sale

Cosworth logoCosworth CA2010 F1 race engine - BLOODHOUND SSC 3Having lost its best F1 customers Williams and Caterham, in recent months it has been discussed as an open secret in the grand prix paddocks that the independent British engine supplier will not be on the grid in 2014 with a new turbo V6 power unit. Read the rest of this entry »