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Ford Team RS

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Former type  Car tuning
Defunct  2016
Headquarters  Dunton Wayletts
Founded  Boreham
Successor  Ford Performance
Area served  United Kingdom
Founder  Ford Motor Company
Parent organization  Ford Motor Company
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Industry  Motorsport Automotive engineering
Predecessor  Ford Special Vehicle Engineering

The Ford TeamRS is Ford Motor Company's European performance car and motorsport division for Ford Racing activity. The Ford RS badge was born for rally racing, the RS stands for Rallye Sport. TeamRS is the successor to Ford Special Vehicle Engineering.

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TeamRS has been superseded by a global organisation called Ford Performance. They are responsible for the conversion of the 2006 Ford GT from US-Spec to Euro-Spec.

Ford RS models

  • 1969 - Ford 17m RS, Ford 20m RS, Ford 15m RS
  • 1970 - Ford Escort RS1600, Ford Capri RS2600
  • 1973 - Ford Escort RS2000, Ford Capri RS3100
  • 1975 - Ford Escort RS1800
  • 1976 - Ford Escort RS Mexico, Ford Escort RS2000 Mk II
  • 1981 - Ford Escort RS1600i
  • 1984 - Ford Escort RS Turbo, Ford RS200
  • 1985 - Ford Sierra RS Cosworth
  • 1987 - Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth
  • 1988 - Ford Sierra Cosworth
  • 1990 - Ford Sierra Cosworth 4x4. Ford Fiesta RS Turbo
  • 1991 - Ford Escort RS2000
  • 1992 - Ford Escort RS Cosworth, Ford Fiesta RS1800
  • 1994 - Ford Escort RS2000 4x4
  • 2002 - Ford Focus RS
  • 2009 - Ford Focus RS Mk II
  • 2010 - Ford Focus RS500
  • 2015 - Ford Focus RS Mk III
  • Ford ST models

  • 1997 - Ford Mondeo ST24
  • 2000 - Ford Mondeo ST200
  • 2002 - Ford Focus ST170, Ford Mondeo ST220
  • 2004 - Ford Fiesta ST
  • 2005 - Ford Focus ST
  • 2012 - Ford Focus ST
  • 2013 - Ford Fiesta ST
  • References

    Ford Team RS Wikipedia


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