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Honda confident they will match Mercedes

McLaren Mercedes Honda motorsport chief Yasuhisa Arai says that the Japanese engine supplier will match runaway 2014 leaders Mercedes as they target debuting their power unit at the first 2015 test at Jerez. Honda will return to the sport after a seven year absence and will act as engine supplier to McLaren, re-forming a partnership which was highly successful in the late 1980s and early 1990s. "We are absolutely within our development plan," Arai told the Official F1 Website. "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 to bring the power unit and chassis together and then be able...
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