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Honda confident they will match Mercedes engine

Honda can match Mercedes next season according to the company's motorsport chief Yasuhisa Arai who, despite rumours to the contrary, insists they are on target with their power unit development programme. "We are absolutely within our development plan," he told the official F1 website. "Our engine - or more precisely our power unit - is ready for a whole system check." McLaren and Honda also considered running the unit in the rear of the MP4-29 during the Abu Dhabi test, but Arai insists the Jerez test ahead of the 2015 season will be the first time they run the power unit on-track. "In the next couple of weeks we will run simulations and at the beginning of next...
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