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Martin Brundle expects Honda to return to Formula 1

It came as a fairly big surprise that Honda would be quitting Formula 1 after 2021. The Japanese company have said goodbye on a high note with a world title together with Red Bull Racing, and their victory has raised the question of whether they've decided to turn their backs on the premier class of motor sport too soon. Either way, Martin Brundle thinks we'll see Honda back in the not too distant future. Return of Honda Masashi Yamamoto, top executive of Honda, already frankly admitted last week that he believes his employer pulled the plug on the F1 project too soon. He had hoped to be allowed to continue, but he came up short. Read more No feud Wolff against Masi: 'Whole system must be...
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