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Honda wants new partnership Verstappen: 'Max is hugely important'

Max Verstappen loves Honda, and Honda loves Max Verstappen. At the end of 2025, the Japanese engine manufacturer will say goodbye to Red Bull Racing to team up with Aston Martin. Honda says they will miss Verstappen and hopes to work with the Dutchman again in the future.
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