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Honda's Hasegawa: 'Room to modify 2021 engine proposal'

Honda F1 boss Yusuke Hasegawa says Formula 1's 2021 engine proposal is a work in progress and subject to change. While Ferrari, Mercedes and Renault voiced their - somewhat negative - opinion on the sport's prospective engine rules, Honda had yet to express its view on the draft proposal. Hasegawa admitted his company's stance was one dictated by discretion and prudence. "Obviously we have started the discussion with the FIA so I don't think it's a good idea to say yes or no in the public," said the Japanese engineer. "But of course we are respecting the FIA's decision, as they are trying to create a good competition for Formula 1. Alonso dresses down Honda and warns Toro...
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