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Engine manufacturers fear Honda challenge

The current engine manufacturers fear they may face a considerable disadvantage to Honda over the course of 2014 as the Japanese manufacturer is not yet obliged to the engine freeze before it enters competition in 2015. The Japanese manufacturer earlier said it was anxious that it could fall behind as the Formula One's current engine suppliers can build race experience with the new turbo engines throughout 2014. Honda meanwhile is set to only enter F1 in 2015 even though they are already hard at work on their 1.6l V6 turbocharged engines. Renault, Mercedes and Ferrari however will have to homologate their designs by 28 February, following which their designs for 2014 cannot be changed,...
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