Engine Developments is an independent engine design and manufacture company specialising in high performance racing engines and has been in business for 40 years. The company has grown from a small engineering firm to its current status as one of the principal suppliers of race engine technology and support to the motorsport industry. Past and present customers of the company include : Lotus, Honda, Yamaha, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan, and the Williams, Lotus, Tyrrell and Arrows F1 teams. With over 10 years recent experience in Formula 1, the company is well known for its innovative design engineering and its ability to provide a cost effective service to its customers.

John Judd and Sir Jack Brabham started the company in 1971 to produce their own competition engines, having previously worked together on the Repco Brabham F1 engines. Since then, Engine Developments has grown in size from a handful of people to the current 25 employees.

All are highly skilled and dedicated people with many years’ experience in the design and manufacture of racing engines.

Some of our achievements:
EDL rebuilt and developed Cosworth DFV engines won 6 F1 Grand Prix between 1976-1983 and powered Keke Rosberg, driving his Williams FW07, to the 1983 F1 World championship.
EDL/VW F3 engine won all races in Europe for 3 years
The EDL designed and manufactured Judd KV engine was supplied to all FIA F3000 teams 1996-2004
First engine in F1 to weigh < 100kg
Victory at 2002 Daytona 24 hours
Victory at 2004,5 Le Mans 24 hours, LMP2 class

Engines designed, manufactured & supported by EDL:
VW Formula 3 engine 1977-1983
Brabham-Honda Indycar/F3000 engines 1983-1988
Judd F1 V8 & V10 engines 1988-1993
Judd KV V8 engine, FIA F3000 championship 1996-2004
Yamaha F1 V10 engines 1993-1997
Le Mans 24 hours V8 & V10 prototype engines 1992-present

Results
2014
Asian Le Mans Series champions, Oak Racing Morgan-Judd
Winner Paul Ricard 4 hour ELMS race, Morand racing Morgan-Judd

2013
Asian Le Mans Series champions, Oak Racing Morgan-Judd
Boss GP champion – Marijn van Kalmthout – Benetton Judd

2011
LMS Drivers’ champions, Pescarolo Pescarolo-Judd
Winner LMS Michelin Green X Challenge, Pescarolo Pescarolo-Judd
Winner Estoril 6 Hour LMS race, Pescarolo Pescarolo-Judd
Winner Paul Ricard 6 Hour LMS race, Pescarolo Pescarolo-Judd
3rd place overall Silverstone ILMC 6 hours, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
2nd place Paul Ricard LMS race LMP2 class, Pecom Lola-Judd
3rd place Sebring 12 hours LMP2 class, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
4th & 7th place overall, Petit Le Mans, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
2nd place LMP2 class, Petit Le Mans, United Autosports Pescarolo-Judd
Winner Petit Le Mans Michelin Green X Challenge, United Autosports Pescarolo-Judd

2010
1st place Petrol car at LeMans 24 hours, 4th overall, Oreca-Aim
Winner Road America ALMS race, Drayson Lola-Judd
2nd place LeMans 24 hours LMP2 class, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
Winner ILMC LMP2 championship, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
Winner LMS Manufacturer’s championship, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
Winner LMS Michelin Green X Challenge, Oak Pescarolo-Judd
3 victories in ALMS Michelin Green X Challenge, Drayson Lola-Judd
Zero engine failures during all LMS & LeMans races
All races in the 2010 BossGP championship won by Judd powered cars.

2009
Zero engine failures during entire LMS & LeMans season
2nd place LeMans 24 hours LMP2 class, Sebah Lola-Judd
Winner Michelin Green X Challenge, Sebah Lola-Judd
British GT Champions, Preci-Spark Ascari-BMW

2008
1st & 2nd placed Petrol cars at LeMans 24 hours, 7th & 8th overall

2007
3rd & 4th places overall at LeMans 24 hours, Pescarolo & Rollcentre

2006
2nd place overall at LeMans 24 hours, Pescarolo-Judd
LMES champions, Pescarolo-Judd (won ALL races!)

2005
Winner LeMans 24 hours LMP2 class, RML Lola-Judd
2nd place overall at LeMans 24 hours, Pescarolo-Judd
Pole position at LeMans 24 hours, Pescarolo-Judd
LMES champions, Pescarolo-Judd

2004
Winner LeMans 24 hours LMP2 class, Intersport Lola-Judd

2002
Winner Daytona 24 hours, Doran Dallara-Judd

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