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Honda targeting wins for McLaren return

Honda is targeting nothing other than victory as it prepares to return to Formula One in 2015. Every other engine supplier in F1 - Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault - subsidises the huge costs of producing a highly-sophisticated turbo V6 'power unit' by also selling it to customers for millions of euros. Japanese manufacturer Honda, however, is focusing solely on its works deal with McLaren. "We are not thinking about that," said Honda's F1 chief Yasuhisa Arai when asked by Speed Week about potential plans for customers. "At the moment we want to concentrate only on our return (to F1) for the 2015 season." Honda's most recent F1 foray was not successful, with the last...
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