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Honda to return at Jerez test

Honda have confirmed they will make their F1 return at next year's Jerez Test, which is likely to be held at the start of February.The manufacturer, who will power McLaren in 2015 as the fourth engine provider on the grid, had been widely tipped to run at the Abu Dhabi test that takes place the week after the season-ending grand prix in late November.However, despite their intention to only to take to the track just two months before the start of next season, Honda insist their comeback is proceeding to plan.'We are absolutely within our development plan. Our engine - or more precisely our power unit - is ready for a whole system check, but without the chassis. It will still need more time...
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