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Mercedes says Honda has 2015 'advantage'

Honda has an advantage in being able to concentrate exclusively on 2015. That is the claim of Andy Cowell, who is the engine boss for F1's dominant Mercedes team. This year, the German marque is fighting for title spoils against only Renault and Ferrari, but Japanese carmaker Honda is returning to the fray in 2015 as McLaren's works partner. "There are pros and cons (for Honda)," said Cowell. He is referring to the fact that Honda is missing from the grid in 2014, the very first season of the all-new turbo V6 era. "Ferrari, Renault and Mercedes have the experience of winter testing and the grands prix this year," Cowell told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport. "We know...
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