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Alonso insists no issues with possible Honda reunion

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Fernando Alonso insists that he would have no issues working with Honda should he still be racing for Aston Martin when the two sides begin their Formula 1 partnership in 2026. It was recently announced that the British team will join forces with Honda when F1's new power unit regulations come into effect in 2026, bringing an end to Aston Martin's long relationship with Mercedes. Alonso has a slightly troubled history with the Japanese company, given the ill-fated McLaren-Honda days of 2015-17. Despite this, Honda have stated that they are open to working with Alonso again and the two-time World Champion appears equally accepting of the...
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