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Honda to introduce more powerful ‘Spec 3' this weekend

French Grand Prix – Honda has confirmed that an upgraded version of their power unit will be introduced this weekend, running on three of the four Honda powered cars. In a bid to close the gap to the leading power units from Ferrari and Mercedes, Honda has confirmed that they will be bringing a new specification engine to this weekend's French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard. With the circuit being quite power intensive, thanks to the two blasts down the Mistral straight, Honda has aimed to increase the horsepower available to their drivers. Both Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Daniil Kvyat will run the new Spec 3, while Daniil Kvyat will get the upgrade at Toro Rosso. Alex Albon will...
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