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Honda wants an end to F1's 'grey areas'

Japanese manufacturer Honda says it wants to see as many of the 'grey areas' as possible in Formula 1's sporting rules and regulations tightened up in the future. Honda has been involved in F1 since 1964, but pulled out at the end of 2008. The former Honda factory team went on to win the constructors title the following year as Brawn GP, and subsequently become the hugely successful Mercedes squad. Honda returned to F1 in 2015 with an ill-fated partnership with McLaren before moving to Toro Rosso season. This year it will add Red Bull to its roster. But Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto says his company is still playing catch up compared to the more established manufacturers. “We...
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