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Honda Not Ruling Out Return To F1

Honda is not ruling out a return to Formula 1 as a power unit supplier, the Japanese auto-maker’s motorsports manager, Masaya Nagai, has said. The company announced its decision to quit the sport last year, leaving Red Bull and Scuderia AlphaTauri without a power unit supplier post 2021. However, with Formula 1 agreeing an engine freeze from 2022 to 2025, Red Bull inked a deal with Honda to take over the intellectual property of their power units and continue to run them over the coming seasons. The sport will adopt a new engine formula at the end of 2025, and discussions regarding what this new formula should look like are ongoing. However, Nagai has revealed that Honda isn’t...
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