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As engine supply doubles, Honda says it will need 'to do better'

Despite its improvements in 2018, Honda will need to make significant progress next season as it expands its efforts from one to two teams says motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto. In its first year of collaboration with Toro Rosso, after its split with McLaren at the end of 2017, Honda advanced both its performance and reliability this season. The Japanese manufacturer's progress convinced Red Bull Racing to join forces with Honda for 2019, but Yamamoto is all too aware that its power unit is still no match for front-runners Mercedes and Ferrari, and that further improvements will be necessary. Renault convinced Honda is 'hiding the facts' from Red Bull "Over the course of the year, we...
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