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Honda ‘making steady progress’

Honda says it is “making steady progress” developing its new power unit ahead of its return to F1 in 2015.It was announced last year that Honda would return to F1 as engine supplier to McLaren in 2015, opting to re-join a year after the new engine regulations were introduced. In a press release outlining Honda's motorsports program for the coming year, the engine manufacturer said it has been strengthening its facilities ahead of its return.“For the FIA Formula One World Championship (F1), which Honda will rejoin in the 2015 season, the company is making steady progress in developing the power unit,” the statement read.“In January 2014 Honda moved its motor sports development...
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