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Hasegawa: It is a disaster

Honda have put up their hand and declared ‘mea culpa' with regards to the woeful season that McLaren are enduring with an unreliable and slow power unit, a situation which the Japanese manufacturer's Formula 1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa has labeled a disaster. In the aftermath of a problem packed Bahrain Grand Prix, and a test at the same venue that has done little to lift the gloom, Hasegawa told Racer, 'Yeah it is very frustrating. Of course it is very frustrating and we are feeling very bad for the drivers. It is a disaster. Honda are spending a great deal of time investigating issues that affect the performance and reliability of their power unit, which by their own admission is a...
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