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Honda vows equal treatment for Red Bull's F1 teams

Honda has stressed that it will treat Red Bull and Toro Rosso equally in Formula 1 this season, in terms of resources and development. Red Bull has joined Toro Rosso in being supplied by Honda, marking the first time in over a decade that the Japanese manufacturer has acted as a partner for multiple teams. Red Bull is ostensibly regarded as Toro Rosso’s senior team and last year the Faenza-based squad occasionally compromised its own prospects to assist Honda’s development path. Formula 1 regulations stipulate that power unit suppliers must provide equal equipment to partners – and Honda has outlined that at Grand Prix weekends it will retain this equality elsewhere....
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