Ford Team RS

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Ford TeamRS
Car tuning
Industry Motorsport
Automotive engineering
Predecessor Ford Special Vehicle Engineering
Successor Ford Performance
Founded Boreham, Essex, England (1963 (1963))
Founder Ford Motor Company
Defunct 2016
Headquarters Dunton, England
Area served
United Kingdom
Key people

David Pericak[1]Global Director Ford Performance

Jamal Hameedi[2] Chief Program Engineer Global Performance Vehicles
Kerry Baldori[3] Chief Functional Engineer Global Performance Vehicles
Products Racing cars
Performance cars
Owner Ford Motor Company
Parent Ford Motor Company
Divisions Ford Racing
Subsidiaries Ford's Performance Vehicles
Ford's Team RS
Website fordracing.com

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.

TeamRS has been superseded by a global organisation called Ford Performance.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.

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