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Honda chief preferred to continue partnership with Red Bull

Red Bull Racing said goodbye to Honda at the end of last season. The Japanese engine supplier decided to leave Formula 1 after a successful partnership and did so with a world title for Verstappen. It gave Honda a good feeling, although Masashi Yamamoto also had other emotions. It was Honda's big dream for years to beat Mercedes with Verstappen. The battle between the two teams has been fierce this season, with the decision only coming in the final race in Abu Dhabi. It made this Grand Prix doubly charged. Not only could Honda celebrate a victory, it also had to say goodbye to Red Bull. Read more Verstappen must watch out for suspension in first half of season Although Yamamoto is proud of...
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