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Honda wants points in every race and expects wins

Honda has big expectations for the 2015 season when it returns to Formula 1 as an exclusive engine supplier to the McLaren F1 team. The Japanese company is to focus its efforts solely on the Woking outfit, unlike Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault, which all have several customers each. Honda F1 chief Yasuhisa Arai says they're not currently considering supplying more teams, instead choosing to pour their efforts into McLaren. "We are not thinking about that [other customers]," he told Speedweek. "At the moment we want to concentrate only on our return for the 2015 season." The manufacturer is targeting wins and nothing less when it returns according to Arai, despite its...
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