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Aston Martin and Honda confirm 2026 F1 engine deal

Aston Martin and Honda will join forces when Formula 1 introduces new engine regulations from the 2026 season. Aston Martin has been powered by Mercedes since 2009, when it operated as Force India, but has long-term ambitions to fight for the world championship. As a consequence it will become Honda’s works outfit when Formula 1’s […]
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