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Honda Looking for Reliability and Performance Gains with 2018 Power Unit

Yusuke Hasegawa feels Honda will be able to improve the reliability of their power unit during the off-season, which will be please their 2018 team, Scuderia Toro Rosso, no end. Honda and the McLaren F1 Team will part ways after three years of partnership at the end of 2017, with reliability and competitiveness both not being as strong as either party would have hoped, although in recent races the pace of the power unit has improved. The current power unit will be the base of the 2018 effort, and Hasegawa, head of Honda’s F1 Project, insists work will be done to address the reliability issues as well as the performance deficits to the three other engine suppliers on the grid, Mercedes,...
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