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Honda admits to 2014 fears

Getty Images Enlarge Honda fears the knowledge other engine manufacturers will gain in 2014 could put it on the back foot when it returns to Formula One. It was announced earlier this year that Honda would supply engines for McLaren from 2015 having been enticed back to the sport by the new regulations. However, Yasuhisa Arai, Honda's chief officer of motorsports, says the things that rival manufacturers will learn at races next season will potentially allow them to make quicker progress the following year. "There are both advantages and disadvantages of participating from 2014," Arai told the FIA's Auto magazine. "Many things will happen during the F1 season, and we are in...
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