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Red Bull Could Develop Honda’s Power Unit After 2021 – Yamamoto

Honda is looking to exit Formula 1 in style, with the Japanese car-maker eyeing a Drivers’ or Constructors’ title with Red Bull in 2021. Masashi Yamamoto, the managing director of Honda’s current F1 project, stressed that they aren’t giving up on the remainder of 2020 and next season because of their withdrawal. READ: Luca Corberi Urges Stewards To Take His Licence Away After ‘Disgraceful Act’ “We still have seven more races to go this year first and we have various things we [would] like to try for next year as well,” Yamamoto said in an interview with The Race. “Next year we will try to fight for the Championship and have a good ending to our story. For next year, we...
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