Honda's late arrival in the V6 game could prove beneficial but it could also cost them dearly, according to rivals Renault.
While Renault, Ferrari and Mercedes will also make their foray into the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines this season when Formula One makes the swap, Honda will only be arriving a year later.
The Japanese manufacturer has signed a deal with old partners McLaren to power the Woking team in 2015.
And while some reckon Honda's decision to delay by a year could be a disaster with their rivals getting the jump, Renault's head of track operations Remi Taffin says that may not be the case.
"One could argue it's a good advantage and one could argue it's not,"...
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