Honda is worried about the knowledge and experience that rival F1 engine manufacturers will gain in 2014, feeling that it could put them on the back foot and at a disadvantage when they return to the sport in 2015.
The Japanese manufacturer last competed in F1 in 2008 as the Honda Racing F1 Team. They pulled out of the sport at the end of the year but announced earlier this season that they will supply McLaren with V6 Turbo power-units from 2015, having been enticed back to Formula 1 by the new regulations coming into force next season.
Honda's chief officer of motorsports Yasuhisa Arai says the things that Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault will learn next season will allow them to make...
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