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Honda has no plans to supply a second team in '15

Honda has no plans to supply more than one team in 2015 when it returns to Formula 1, according to Honda's head of motorsport, Yasuhisa Arai. The Japanese company announced it would return as a supplier to McLaren next year, but failed to confirm whether it would look at supplying a second team. Arai confirmed during an FIA press conference on Friday that McLaren will be their sole focus, even hinting that they may not look at supplying other customers until "after 2016". "So, for year 2015, McLaren is our only customer," he said. "I don't think about the future, because we want to concentrate on next season. "Of course we want to have good results next season...
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