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Honda face early challenge

Reports are circulating that progress on developing Honda’s new power unit for 2019 has already come under pressure following a split with their leading simulation partners, AVL. According to AutoBild, the manufacturer's partnership with the simulation and testing experts has been terminated following a disagreement between the two parties. The Japanese based company had been AVL to improve their work on F1 engines and Ferrari had previously used their means. Red Bull boss Helmut Marko revealed the split as well as confirming Mario Illien an ‘engine guru’ had been brought into to help Honda’s efforts. "For this issue, appropriate measures have been...
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