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Fears Honda may have unfair advantage in 2015

Rival engine manufacturers are concerned that Honda may get an unfair advantage by entering the sport a year after the new regulations are introduced. The Japanese company will debut its V6 power unit in the back of a McLaren in 2015, whilst Ferrari, Renault and Mercedes will debut their units in just over a month. Whilst Honda believes it may be at a disadvantage, its rivals, who must freeze development after February 28th of this year - unless it's to improve reliability - believe the company will learn from 2014 and be able to react because it's exempt from the freeze. "We talked at length [about the issue] with the other manufacturers, but we have not found a...
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