Co-ordSport are the UK/European Distributors, official main dealers and stockists for some of the most well respected imported car performance parts in the world. Our selection includes Cosworth aftermarket performance parts, HKS tuning, Cusco, Rays Wheels, AP Racing Brakes, ARP Bolts, studs and fasteners, DeatschWerks fuel pumps and injectors, Eibach, Exedy Clutches, Ferrea valves, Wiseco pistons, K1 Crankshafts and rods, PFC brakes, Whiteline, Polybush & Powerflex bushes! Athena head gaskets, Bride seats and rails, COBB Tuning accessports and hard parts, Quaife LSD’s, Competition Clutch, Genuine Ford, Grayston, KAAZ LSD’s, JE Pistons, King Bearings, Milltek Exhausts, Pedders Suspension, Mishimoto, KW, Turbosmart, Whiteline & Much More! Whether you are a trader, a rally team or a performance car enthusiast, we have the technical knowledge and parts to meet your needs. Co-ordSport wholesales and retails motorsports parts, primarily for Japanese performance and competition vehicles, especially the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. We distribute specialist vehicle parts and have built and run rally cars with many major teams including Mitsubishi Motors Corporation/Ralliart inc, both of Japan, Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc and more. Peter Collinson and Blaze Motorsport teamed up with Tusk Engineering Co. Ltd. of Japan, to run the first Group N Galant VR-4s on the WRC, whilst the factory team ran their Group A car for the first time too. The team included Kenjiro Shinozuka, Japanese works driver in his DTS Group A car. Three of the five cars reached the goal, making a major impact for Mitsubishi Motors.Co-ordSport and the team moved on to compete in the 1989 FIA Asia-Pacific series and selected World Rally Championship events. That works contract instigated the creation of Co-ordSport, the name representing Co-ordination of Motorsports – Co-ordSport provided the team’s European base and general logistics management.<br /> On all events the team was made up of a mixture of UK and Japanese personnel, with Co-ordSport’s Peter Collinson taking a leading managerial role, co-ordinating service planning and logistics. The events entered in 1989 included Portugal, Acropolis, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Himalayan Rallies. Results included Group N wins in Portugal and Greece (Kiyoshi Inoue), while Shinozuka finished 3rd in the FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship.
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