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Honda: No plans to supply second team in 2015

– Honda's Yasuhisa Arai says that the Japanese manufacturer has no plans to supply power units to a second team when they return to the sport next season. Honda will return to Formula 1 next year after a six year absence as partners of McLaren, but speaking at the FIA press conference in China, Arai insisted that they currently have no plans to supply a second team. "For 2015, McLaren is our only customer," he said. "I don't think about the future, because we want to concentrate on next season. "Of course we want to have good results next season and see the results from other manufacturers. If teams want to use our engine or power unit, we can deliver after 2016...
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