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Boullier: Works engine now crucial in F1

Eric Boullier says it has become apparent that works engines are crucial for success in F1 this year and is encouraged by the progress Honda is making for 2015. McLaren will switch from Mercedes power to a Honda package next season as the Japanese engine manufacturer returns to the sport a year after the new engine regulations were introduced. Speaking during a McLaren phone-in, Boullier said it has become clear just how important having a works engine is in modern F1. “Having a works engine allows you to play with many more channels and set-up possibilities than if you have a customer engine,” Boullier said. “Let's just take this year for example, if you compare Mercedes GP and Red...
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