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Honda hard at work on 2026 engine for Aston Martin

Feb.28 Although currently powering the ultra-dominant Red Bull team, Honda is already working on its new works Formula 1 project with Aston Martin for 2026. With most power unit development forbidden, or ‘frozen', until the all-new regulations take effect, Honda Racing Corporation boss Koji Watanabe insisted this week that HRC still works on 'durability and reliability' for Red Bull. He says Honda is determined to win a fourth consecutive world championship with Red Bull this season, but also admitted that plenty of work is already going into the new Aston Martin-Honda project for 2026 and beyond. 'Under the new regulations, the keys to victory will be small, lightweight,...
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