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Honda's departure from F1 too soon? 'Difficult to apply to street cars'

It has been known for some time that Honda will leave Formula 1 at the end of this season. Red Bull Racing regrets the choice, especially considering the success this season. In 2022 Honda will still help to develop the Red Bull engines, but after that they will leave F1 completely. Honda has other plans for the future. "It is difficult to apply Formula 1's internal combustion engines to street cars, but on the other hand it can be done with sustainable fuels and certainly with the battery that we are now using in F1 engines", explains Honda chief Yasuaki Asaki in conversation with the Dutch branch of Motorsport.com. From next year F1 will switch to the more sustainable fuel E10....
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