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Mercedes warn McLaren relationship will change

Mercedes chairman Toto Wolff has warned McLaren that it can expect a different relationship once the season starts in Australia. The Woking outfit will switch to Honda power next season in an exclusive deal with the Japanese manufacturer. This year however it will use Mercedes' new V6 power unit. Whilst Mercedes' customers are working closely together during the pre-season to ensure the unit is "reliable and fast", Wolff says McLaren's position for 2015 means they'll be treated as a customer team with varying restrictions to ensure confidential information is kept out of Honda's hands. "I think certainly them heading off to one of our competitors is not an ideal...
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