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Honda making ¿steady progress¿

Honda's planned return as engine manufacturer for the 2015 Formula One season is progressing well, the Japanese automaker revealed on Friday. Honda confirmed in 2013 that it would return to the sport in two years' time as engine supplier to McLaren, with whom they formed a title-winning partnership during the 1980s and '90s. "The company is making steady progress in developing the power unit," a Honda press release revealed. Its European base will be situated Milton Keynes, where they will rebuild and maintain the power units that were originally developed at Honda's development centre in Tokyo. Honda entered the sport in the 1960s but withdrew from Formula One at the end of the...
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