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Honda advantaged and disadvantaged by late arrival

Ferrari's Stefano Domenicali recently admitted that he thought Honda would have an unfair advantage by entering the sport in 2015 - a year after the new engine regulations are introduced. Renault's head of trackside operations, Remi Taffin, agrees to a point, but also believes the late arrival could have a negative effect for the Japanese manufacturer. "One could argue it's a good advantage and one could argue it's not," he explained. "You have one more year to study your engine and maybe you could end up with a 2015 engine that is much more developed, but at the same time we are going to be developing the engine for 2015 - we are already working on 2015 - and it's very...
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