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Former Honda boss to work with Red Bull on powertrain

An article over at Motorsport says that Honda's former Formula 1 managing director, Masashi Yamamoto, will leave Honda to form his own consultancy and work directly with Red Bull on their powertrain division. This is interesting news because from the outside looking in, there is little doubt that not making their own engine is a […] The post Former Honda boss to work with Red Bull on powertrain appeared first on The Parc Fermé.
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