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Honda ‘cannot believe' continued Mercedes' engine woes

Honda's Formula 1 engine chief Toyoharu Tanabe is 'very surprised' by the engine woes that have befallen Mercedes this season. Ever since Formula 1 introduced the V6 hybrid engines back in 2014, Mercedes' power unit has been the benchmark. With the best reliability and power, Mercedes' works team romped to seven successive championship doubles, a new record in Formula 1. This year though the team's reign is under threat and Lewis Hamilton can't even rely on his Mercedes power unit to give him an advantage. This year's championship has seen Mercedes besieged by Internal Combustion Engine problems, Valtteri Bottas already onto his sixth ICE of this season while Hamilton has now taken his...
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