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Honda confirms Fernando Alonso's Singapore engine can be re-used

McLaren engine supplier Honda has confirmed that Fernando Alonso can continue to use the power unit fitted to his car during the Singapore Grand Prix, this weekend in Malaysia. Alonso was involved in a Turn 1 crash when the two Ferraris and Max Verstappen collided, taking Alonso out in the process and forcing his retirement from the race. The Spaniard's McLaren suffered heavy damage and Honda feared his engine couldn't be salvaged, but F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa says it has undergone a thorough check and has been cleared for use this weekend. 'We were concerned that it may have been irreparably damaged, but fortunately after a thorough check back at the factory we can confirm it...
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