The Mercedes FO 110R was a V10 3.0L naturally-aspirated engine developed by Mercedes for the 2005 Formula One Season. The engines were designed by Mercedes, but were built by Ilmor, an engine assembly company partly owned by Mercedes' parent company. The engines were supplied to McLaren for the McLaren MP4-20 and Sauber for the Sauber C24, although Sauber rebadged their engines as Petronas.
This was the final Formula One engine to carry the Ilmor name, as Mercedes purchased full ownership of the company later than year, rebranding it to Mercedes-Benz High Performance Engines.
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